Lehnen – Reaching Over Ice And Waves DLP (Noise Appeal Records)

Here’s another older record released by our buddies at Noise Appeal Records. If you’re hearing about Noise Appeal for the first time, you should know it’s an Austrian record label specializing in many music genres. Their impressive catalog carries anything from heavier underground music and various forms of avant-garde experimental art, but don’t be surprised… Read More Lehnen – Reaching Over Ice And Waves DLP (Noise Appeal Records)

The Drolls – That Puget Sound LP (Snappy Little Numbers)

The second batch of Snappy Little Number records recently arrived at our headquarters, and what’s a better time to start writing about it than the beginning of the week? There’s plenty of good stuff, but I decided to start with That Puget Sound, a debut full-length by the Seattle, Washington-based trio The Drolls. The first… Read More The Drolls – That Puget Sound LP (Snappy Little Numbers)

Sadface – The Future Is Swinging!

After a critically acclaimed extended play release named A Tree Grew Through Me, London-based post-punk quartet Sadface returns with another outstanding piece of sonic artistry. The Future Is Swinging is an appropriate continuation of the beforementioned EP release, where the band explored the sonic possibilities of several complementary music genres. A brand new single is… Read More Sadface – The Future Is Swinging!

Worst Eurovision Ever By Roy D. Hacksaw (Earth Island Books)

Even if you’ve just been an attendee at the punk rock shows, you probably heard many stories about how gig promoters and their staff work behind the scenes so the gig can run smoothly. If you somehow missed all the behind-the-scenes drama, you must know that these difficulties are just the tip of the iceberg.… Read More Worst Eurovision Ever By Roy D. Hacksaw (Earth Island Books)