15 49.0138 8.38624 1 0 4000 1 https://closedcap.com 300 0
Trish Connelly

Buke & Gase Share Anticipated Music Video for Scholars

0 Comments
The music industry has it instilled in our heads that in order to remain relevant, artists need to churn out work at a rapid pace before stagnation kills their career. New York duo Buke & Gase have succeeded in crafting a meticulous and intentional collection of songs in light of their upcoming album Scholars over...More Please

Silent Forum’s New Music Video “Robot” Is a Colorful Dose of New Wave Originality

0 Comments
Cardiff’s Silent Forum has been on our radars ever since the release of their first single, “How I Faked the Moon Landing”, back in August. Defining itself as an insightful track blending new wave dance-ability with purpose, the quartet’s Richard Wiggins (vocals), Oli Richards (bass, vocals), Dario Ordi (guitar), and Elliot Samphier (drums) have crafted...More Please

Shame’s Music Video “Dust on Trial” is a Thrilling Post Punk Ride

0 Comments
Gaining high acclaim from Rough Trade as album of the year, Shame‘s debut album Songs of Praise, released January of this year on Dead Oceans, is chock full of post-punk worthy riffs wound tight with unbridled energy. Carrying their physically impressive live set around the globe, South London’s quintet has just released their music video...More Please

Shoegaze and Alt-Rock Supergroup Piroshka Announce Upcoming Album on Bella Union

0 Comments
Often newly formed super-groups can crash and burn in the throes of high stakes and rapidly generated anticipation. Miki Berenyi (of late 80’s UK shoegaze group Lush) and her partner KJ¬†McKillop of Moose have teamed together along with Modern English’s Mick Conroy and Elastica’s Justin Welch to create Piroshka, with their first single “Everylastingly Yours”...More Please

Beauty In Loss: A Review of SRSQ’s Debut Album Unreality

0 Comments
The effects of a devastating tragedy can ripple not only through its own DIY space, but among like-minded communities near and far. 2016’s Ghost Ship Fire in Oakland ended the lives of 36 creative individuals far too soon, including Them Are Us Too‘s guitarist Cash Askew. Musical partner, vocalist and keyboardist Kennedy Ashlyn pushed through...More Please

I Wish I Could Talk in Technicolor: An Interview with Rachel Trachtenburg of Wooing

0 Comments
With a natural gift for crafting infectious underground rock tunes with a psychedelic twist, Brooklyn-based band Wooing successfully balance tender beauty with explosive rawness. Comprised of Rachel Trachtenburg on guitar and vocals, Rosie Slater on drums and guitarist JR Thomason, the three piece stands out as a collaborative force when it comes to their performance...More Please

Subcultural Wanderers: An Interview with Joe Stevens of Peel Dream Magazine

0 Comments
A reference to BBC Radio 1 DJ John Peel, Brooklyn-based musician Joe Stevens conjures abstract memories of the past, reminiscent of lo-fi and underground sounds of the 90’s in his latest project for Peel Dream Magazine. Written and recorded by Stevens over a period of four weeks last fall in New York, his debut album...More Please