Rock

!!! (Chk Chk Chk) Goes Totally Psych-Disco On Late-Night Club Banger “The Long Walk”

The late nineties emanated some weird shit. Freak-outs about the end of the tech world amidst Y2K prompted the US to spend upwards of 1oo million dollars. The following songs were released; “Ice Ice Baby,” “I’m Too Sexy,” Semisonic’s “Closing Time,” Sir Mix-a-lot’s “Baby Got Back,” Lou Bega’s “Mambo No. 5.″ Slap bracelets were the […]

West Coast Rockers Allah-Las Announce New EP ‘Covers #1,’ Listen To Their First Offering Now

Just last year, the Los Angeles based surf rockers Allah-Las released their highly anticipated—and masterfully delievered— third record, Calico Review. Not long after this wave of success has the band hit the studio for a new project. Reportedly at the Pump House studio of Topanga Canyon Allah-Las has been preparing a new wave of tunes—this time reworking […]

The Horrors’ Latest Track ‘Something To Remember Me By’ Is A Memorable Risk

Southend-on-Sea’s quintessential English indie collective The Horrors are releasing their fifth album, coincidentally titled V, later next month September 22 via Wolftone/Caroline. After already unveiling the record’s lead single “Machine,” the band has continued its follow-up to 2014’s Luminous with the record’s closing track “Something To Remember Me By.” Brimming with euphoria, “Something to Remember Me By,” […]

Garage-Rocker King Khan Of King Khan & The BBQ Show Goes Solo For Upcoming Album, Shares New Heavy Hitting Tune

King Khan— previously of King Khan & The Shrines and then King Khan & BBQ Show— is one of music’s most provocatively presented figures. A frequent wearer of the nipple-less top, Arish Ahmad Khan, known better by his stage name King Khan,  is also one of garage rock’s most eccentric figures. Most times Khan can be seen shirtless […]

The Growlers Unleash Wicked Festival Lineup For First Annual Growlers Six: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Modest Mouse,Butthole Surfers & More

SoCal’s beloved garage rockers The Growlers are hosting a brilliant bevy of music’s best this October for their annual two-day festival on the Los Angeles Waterfront. With fear that the band’s five-year annual Beach Goth festival would cease to exist after difficulties with its previous venue organizers and its end/lawsuit over copyright infringement—, The Growlers have announced the party ain’t stoppin’—as […]