Black Moon Spell is the latest offering from bedroom garagepop wunderkind Kyle Thomas. This album finds Thomas running wild with the 70s glam sound found on his earlier albums. Fuzzed out and poptacular, Black Moon Spell bops along from tune to tune with catchy choruses and pop hooks jammed into anywhere that’ll fit. Much like Thomas’s last two albums, Black never takes itself too seriously and approaches its glam idols with irreverence. He likes to toe the line of imitation closely, as the vocal similarity to Marc Bolan gets pretty uncanny at times, and some of those guitar riffs could be copy/pasted right off Mott The Hoople or Ziggy Stardust. I think a bit is…
Triumph over trial.
Lawrence local makes waves in Seattle.
This sunny album is pure fun.
Play during those chilly, rainy, autumn days.
Elpintor is not much different from previous albums.
Something you wouldn’t expect from a guys who wear beer cans on their feet when they perform live.
Anglo is a short, sweet, and in your face EP from Scruffy & The Janitors, a garage rock trio from up the road in St. Joesph, MO. They’ve been getting some attention from radio stations around the area and for good reason .They’re a pretty good blues rock band just getting their feet wet (this is their first EP not recorded in a living room). Overall it’s a pretty standard hard rock EP. They don’t try to reinvent the wheel with any other their songs but they don’t really need to. Each song is less than 4 minutes and all but one of them is longer than 3 minutes. The lead singer of the band was…
Exi is so simple and sweet, what’s not to love about Love Inks?
Perfect Fall Album