This week in Indie Basement: reviews of new albums from Greentea Peng, Crowded House and International Teachers of Pop, plus Gang of Four tribute ‘The Problem of Leisure‘ and reissues from The Specials and Pernice Brothers.
”Deaf Club is just a band, and we just make music, if you can call it that. However, we have the ability to communicate through our art and hopefully help change things that are broken... this is a nod to those who are fighting for change within the system, and within that system.“
”We felt the need to do something, anything, to try and connect this passionate fan base during our ‘lost weekend,’ and we are grateful to the artists who contributed in such a dark time,” fest founder Jason Novak writes.
Tool are touring behind their long-awaited first album in 13 years, and not only do the new songs stand tall next to the classics, they make for some of the best and most psychedelic moments of the show...