The Witness, a new album from Suuns, walks a fine line. Third stream, the title track, clocks in at seven minutes, and it’s alt-rock from here. Joe Yarmush, Suuns’ guitarist, tells how “it was a conscious decision to make the album sound like one song”. Okay Joe, sure self-indulgence is a big part of being a musician, we get it, but did that one song have to sound like an auto tune truck smashing into a noir film set throughout the album’s entirety?
Last Week, Raven Bush (not to be confused with Raven featuring Jocelyn Brown in the 1984 smash hit, ‘So In Love’) released his debut LP, Fall Into Noise, but not before dropping a series of singles like breadcrumbs to whet the appetite.
Raven pivots from the familiar sounds of ‘Moonglades’, ‘You Should Have Told Me’ and ‘Harp’ while carrying his signature hooks and transitions; he explains the move in a Stereo Sanctity press release: “As a title, Fa...Read more
Ever caught yourself listening to a ‘70s rock band and wishing you could've seen them live when they started, at smaller venues? Or perhaps you're wrinkled enough to have been there and you miss it? Silvertwin and their self-titled first album are here to take you there.
I pressed play and started doing the pile of dishes in my kitchen, but as soon as the first song began, I knew they deserved my full attention (who the hell do I think I am?). I lef...Read more