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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Fear Of Men

Fear of Men offers a dreamy indie pop sound that sets the tone for a breezy summer. Basically sending good vibes all around and with a name like that —what's not to like?

The group is made up of two gals and two lads from London/Brighton, England who have been releasing demos on different labels since early 2011 and just released their newest EP "Green Sea" a couple days ago.

Fear of Men is currently supporting Best Coast on tour in the UK!


Sunday, June 17, 2012


Rubblebucket is kind of like an onomatopoeia for the kind of music this band produces: everything mixed into one.
This band out of Brooklyn combines trumpet, sax, trombone, multiple percussion instruments, guitar, bass and vocals to create an ultra unique sound —mixing styles of indie, pop, dance, jazz, and funk.

The music alone is enough to keep you interested, but see one live performance and you just may be hooked.



Tuesday, June 12, 2012


Metric is an Canadian indie rock band that formed in Toronto in 1998. Needless to say they have been around the block and back again. Today marks the release of their fifth studio album entitled "Synthetica".

My thoughts? Leader singer Emily Haines continues to write the most intimately metaphorical lyrics that are perfectly placed upon beautiful piano parts. While seemingly flawless in their raw form these songs are all the more addicting in their electronic alternative state that the band sculpts them into.

Watch the music video for the single "Youth Without Youth":

 Also, check out the band's Mahogany Session including songs off their new album: