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Check out The Wimps' self titled debut album

Part-time wimps, part-time Righmond rockers, The Wimps bring forth a peculiar blend of 60’s pop, alternative rock, and psychedelia. Listening to “Dream Girl” (the 10th track off their album), something comforting about this band’s rustic sound makes its way inside us. It’s vintage. It’s nostalgic. It’s the 1x12 combo amp spring reverbed guitar tone with a hint of tube crunch, not to mention the twangy, speech-driven vocal stylings of Brent McCormic, topped off with quirky lyrics of empty days and empty wallets. It takes us back to one of our favorite records from yester-millennium: Eric Burdon’s 1964 “House of the Rising Sun”. Take a listen to their full album The Wimps down below. -Ashley Muniz





Krust Toons: "Dead Rosenstock" by Teddy Hazard

Krust Toons: "Dead Rosenstock" by Teddy Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.

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New Tombo Crush LP Available for Streaming & Download

Plumbing the darkness and the grain of DIY recording sonics, Tombo Crush manage to fuse their guitar work and aching vocals into surprisingly revealing songs. There is something very alluring about the project's latest full-length album, Ant Farm, that begs for further listening, as well as a quirkiness that winks for you to not take it all so seriously. Tombo Crush are in their own vein, and are perfectly content there.





Mood Music: Bryson Cone - "Color of Love (feat. Cat Hoch)"

In a match made in true music heaven, the joining of Portland's psych pop queen Cat Hoch with art-tronic outfit Fog Father's leader Bryson H. has led to this new track titled "Color of Love." 

Under a different moniker, the song premiered in late August and has held up through the summer season's ending days as a love song leading us into the fall. "Color of Love" shows their playful and cooly executed exchange of masculine and feminine vocals. When combined with the pairing of clear synths and electric guitars a la Metronomy, it creats an urbane blanket of delight.

Listen to "Color of Love" below. It'll bring a bit of doting light on this rainy afternoon.





Allison Crutchfield and the Fizz Step Up to the Plate at Everybody Hits Oct. 1

Allison Crutchfield’s vast musical output has been felt as a part of (the recently reunited) P.S. Eliot and the fierce, gritty, enthusiastic Swearin’ as well as Waxahatchee. Tonight, Crutchfield and her backing band the Fizz step up to the plate at Everybody Hits. Slated to release a yet-to-be-named album - courtesy of Merge Records early next year, she can sit back, allowing the lyrical honesty take the lead among a pensive percussive backdrop or conversely rear back as a heavier fast-paced tenacity rushes forward. Crutchfield and her bandmates will also be joined by the combustible psych-grunge merging of The Spirit of the Beehive and the melodic snarl of pop-punk trio Eight to get the festivities rolling. Everybody Hits, 529 W. Girard Ave., 9pm, $10, All Ages - Michael Colavita

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