I cannot stop listening to this beauty from Canadian singer-songwriter Cold Specks. She’s grace, talent, and art wrapped up in a somber, moving, beautiful piece that is so reminiscent of the culture that has been mourning the human condition since the beginning of time.
I know that sounds really sad, but also, it’s quite poetic and beautiful. I’ve been listening on repeat. And I have more to say about Cold Specks on the site later this month, so keep tuned for exciting news.
Having lain waste to grateful capacity crowds from Chicago’s Riot Fest to Denver’s Red Rocks to the 30,000+ strong throng at the recent CalJam 17, Queens Of The Stone Age announce the first 2018 installment of the ongoing and ever intensifying Villains North American touring campaign.
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I don’t even know how he gets THAT sounds out of THAT instrument…
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You need a little more positivity in your life. How do we know? Trust us, we just do. And that’s why you need to check out these amazing photos of Diet Cig in San Diego!
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By Ian Valiente
The New York pop-punk duo Diet Cig recently released their lovesick fuzz-pop/garage punk album “Swear I’m Good At This,” a collection of Alex Luciano’s (guitar/vocals) experiences with messy romances and breakups, awkward situations, and the anxieties of youth and terror of adulthood.
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I could list a million and one reasons, but the evidence really speaks for itself.
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I’ve been really on the “positive music” kick as of late, especially after electronica took on positive vibe/heartfelt themes as a music trend. It’s refreshing, you have to admit, and also — it’s kind of the PERFECT sunny, summertime jams.
Continue reading Goldroom gave us a great reason to Spread Love