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Whisper Hiss Single Release & Party

Whisper Hiss is releasing their first physical release, a 7” single, this Thursday. The single, “Everything Must Go” is essentially a 60’s beach party was compressed into one gothic synth song. It makes you want to do the Mashed Potato decked out in the most emo clothing you own. The 7" comes with a digital download which includes an additional three previously unreleased songs. The band is also playing a show to celebrate on the same day, April 11th. It’ll be at Mother Foucault’s Bookshop, and Creature to Creature will also be playing a set. You can check out the facebook page for more information. Stop by to support the band and hear some great music!

-By Avril Carrillo 

 

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Glory Days "Signals"

Pop Punk group Glory Days recently released a new single called “Signals”. This is the band’s second single of 2019 follow-up “Standstill” from back in January.

This is the work of James Pickering (Vocals/Guitar), Vince Gannon (Vocals/Bass), CJ Jarmuth (Guitar), and Jared Tousey (Drums)

Photo by Chelsea Marrin

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Sharkmuffin share single "Serpentina," play Alphaville on 4/5

Garage rockers Sharkmuffin will release their latest EP “Gamma Gardening” on April 5th via Exploding In Sound Records. The five track's depict an outlandish sci-fi rock opera centered around a character named Serpentina who is pursued by The Atomic Gardening Society. EP opener “Receptionist” sets the sonic tone for the entire record with its loose, live-in-the-studio vibe. Overall, the songs are built around an angular bass-lines, a loose, busy hi-hat, chunky guitar chords and Tarra Thiessen's trademark caterwauling vocal style. “Designer Baby” drops down into a more sinister, echo-heavy tone breaking off into multiple tempos and b-movie-stylke outerspace effects. Current single “Serpentina” (streaming below) chugs along via Jordyn Blakely's syncopated percussion, pitch-bended guitar strokes and Natalie Kirch's rubbery bassline. “Too Many Knobs” is an over six minute raveup that sounds like Fun House-era Stooges. Final track “Fate” (their first single) brings things back to earth with a strolling, guitar-heavy love-tinged theme. The band will play their EP release show at Alphaville on 4/5 with Haybaby, CATTY and Gustaf. -Dave Cromwell





Lord Snow "Shadowmarks"

Lord Snow released a new EP called “Shadowmarks” last week. This is the Post Punk/Screamo trio of Niko Zaglaras, Erik Anderson, and Steph Maldonado.

You can catch Lord Snow at Beat Kitchen on August 1st with Loma Prieta and Jeromes Dream.

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Krust Toons: "The Ramones of Punk Rock" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "The Ramones of Punk Rock" by Tedd 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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