New Music Friday—Some Fresh Pop and Resurrection from the Underground

Duster – Duster One of the most influential indie rock bands of the ’90s Duster are releasing their first official album in 19 years. Long overdue, the new album still sounds like a classic Duster release — filled with spacey and slowcore songs, but sounds trippier than anything they did on Stratosphere or Contemporary Movement. … More New Music Friday—Some Fresh Pop and Resurrection from the Underground

Naked Giants Are a Wrecking Ball of Unchained Rock and Roll on ‘SLUFF’

Naked Giants’ band logo may look a bit like throwback Nickelodeon show or that popular holographic Finnish band Binky in that episode of “Arthur,” but they are very much the opposite. This quirky Seattle power trio playing catchy garage punk have already established an aggressively compacted guitar driven and that classic California fuzz-style that can resonate … More Naked Giants Are a Wrecking Ball of Unchained Rock and Roll on ‘SLUFF’