The Blow are white hot in the lead-up to their album release next Friday, and “The Woman You Want Her To Be” is no different. “She’ll be the woman you want her to be,” especially if you want her to fail. This song seems to resonate today especially, on the release date of Hillary Clinton’s new book; whatever your political affiliations, you cannot deny the pervasive … Continue reading

NVDES Bare All on La NVDITÉ Vol 1

sngalbums: Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  NVDES is an art collective based in LA, comprised of Josh Ocean, Madi Diaz and Sam Van Vleet, who convene in “Vibe City, Utah,” also known as Ocean’s living room. With NVDES, he can jam and experiment; it is a departure from his other band, Ghost Beach, who create high energy, structured pop. Ocean explained, “the goal of my … Continue reading NVDES Bare All on La NVDITÉ Vol 1

NVDES Bare All on La NVDITÉ Vol 1

Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  NVDES is an art collective based in LA, comprised of Josh Ocean, Madi Diaz and Sam Van Vleet, who convene in “Vibe City, Utah,” also known as Ocean’s living room. With NVDES, he can jam and experiment; it is a departure from his other band, Ghost Beach, who create high energy, structured pop. Ocean explained, “the goal of my new … Continue reading NVDES Bare All on La NVDITÉ Vol 1

She-Devils Deliver Unconventional Nostalgia on Debut LP

sngalbums: Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  The Man-Eaters were a fictional all-lady biker gang that terrorized a small Florida town and attacked a rival male biker gang, according to the IMDB description of the 1968 movie She-Devils On Wheels. This is the same film that the Montreal-based duo She-Devils cites as its namesake, but the DIY pop band doesn’t share the movie’s aggressive tone. Instead, their … Continue reading She-Devils Deliver Unconventional Nostalgia on Debut LP

She-Devils Deliver Unconventional Nostalgia on Debut LP

Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  The Man-Eaters were a fictional all-lady biker gang that terrorized a small Florida town and attacked a rival male biker gang, according to the IMDB description of the 1968 movie She-Devils On Wheels. This is the same film that the Montreal-based duo She-Devils cites as its namesake, but the DIY pop band doesn’t share the movie’s aggressive tone. Instead, their debut … Continue reading She-Devils Deliver Unconventional Nostalgia on Debut LP