Starcrawler – “I Need to Know” feat. Mike Campbell

Mike Campbell Joins Starcrawler for Cover of “I Need to Know,” Recorded for Tom’s 70th Birthday Bash Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  The old guard of rock and roll is not dead. Starcrawler has established itself as a band with venomous teeth, ready to infect any and everyone at their rowdy live shows. Now they are ready to merge their legacy with one of the … Continue reading Starcrawler – “I Need to Know” feat. Mike Campbell

LA Witch – “I Wanna Lose”

With Their Sophomore LP Forthcoming, L.A. Witch Opt for a Restart on “I Wanna Lose” Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  Loss, in many ways, is a relative concept. Unless you dropped a crisp bill from your wallet, money “lost” is more accurately money spent. Even death is illusory—the physical form may be gone but memories will always live on. Local riot grrls, L.A. Witch, take … Continue reading LA Witch – “I Wanna Lose”

A Village Comes Together for Wolf Bay at His Debut Single Release Party at the Moroccan

Words by me. See live photos on Grimy Goods. Sunday nights are typically used to rest up before work on Monday, but sometimes you’ll find a show worth losing sleep over. One such show took place at the Moroccan this past weekend, collecting donations for the Trevor Project and honoring Wolf Bay’s debut single, “Under the Moon,” which Grimy Goods premiered a few weeks ago. … Continue reading A Village Comes Together for Wolf Bay at His Debut Single Release Party at the Moroccan

Imaad Wasif put on a powerful performance at the Echo

sngshows: A post shared by Sawdust and Gin (@sawdustandgin) on Mar 26, 2018 at 10:50pm PDT //www.instagram.com/embed.js Mondays at the Echo are always fun. Ramonda Hammer just began their residency this past week, The Blank Tapes having just recently finished up theirs the week prior. What else was notable about that last night in March? Two words: Imaad Wasif. The venue glowed in a cool, … Continue reading Imaad Wasif put on a powerful performance at the Echo

Imaad Wasif put on a powerful performance at the Echo

A post shared by Sawdust and Gin (@sawdustandgin) on Mar 26, 2018 at 10:50pm PDT //www.instagram.com/embed.js Mondays at the Echo are always fun. Ramonda Hammer just began their residency this past week, The Blank Tapes having just recently finished up theirs the week prior. What else was notable about that last night in March? Two words: Imaad Wasif. The venue glowed in a cool, white-blue … Continue reading Imaad Wasif put on a powerful performance at the Echo

This solid rock tune comes from Gianni Paci, the New York-based musician once known as The Pine Hollows. “Honest Thing” maintains a steady tempo, cranking up the decibels during the guitar solos. The track appears on Paci’s recent I Tried To Right My Wrongs, But I Made A Left EP, which you can pick up on Bandcamp.  Continue reading

Best Albums of 2017, part 3

#11-30, ordered alphabetically Lowland Hum – Thin buy album | website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Soundcloud | Bandcamp Thin by Lowland Hum Lusine – Sensorimotor buy album | website | Facebook | Soundcloud | Bandcamp Sensorimotor by Lusine MANGAL – Such Sure Witness SnG coverage | buy album | Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud | Bandcamp Such Sure Witness by MANGAL M.O.O.N. – Clinically … Continue reading Best Albums of 2017, part 3

Gregory Richard has a new album out that I can’t recommend more. King Laugh was recorded during Richard’s solitary stay at a cabin in northern California’s mountains, and it brought out a myriad of personalities that define the record. Dubbed by Richard as one of the “fun” tracks, “Napalm Blonde” taps the endless joy of rockabilly and runs in the opposite direction.  Source: Bandcamp Continue reading