Posts Tagged ‘usa’

At first glance Villains is as enthralling as it is complex. Plastered in a sort of glossy fuzz, the album bobs and weaves in-between groove and ambiance without a care in the world. The sort of slow build-up to opener Feet Don’t Fail Me as Josh Homme croons as beautifully as he ever has encapsulates the entirety of...

If you’re one of the people that grew up in the middle of nowhere and dreamt of a life beyond a small town. Born Wild is for you! The story goes, Michael has a dream to leave his small town in Nevada and go to Los Angeles, a skater’s paradise. Although refused entry to a skateboarding contest in LA, he sets out on his...

Chicago noise rock band Melkbelly have just released a thoughtful yet fun music video for catchy track Kid Kreative. The clip clocks in at just under two minutes and thirty seconds, but despite its short length, it still manages to pack a lot of punch. Featuring a gluttonous kid chowing down on plate after plate of...

Welcome to the first edition of Savage Thrills Mixtape series Savage Mix. The idea behind the Savage Mix is more than just asking an artist for a mixtape. We believe heavily in quality aesthetics and what the visual component adds to an artists music. Think, have you ever bought an album because the cover interested...

ALMNC has delivered a dreamy psych-pop number that plays well on the senses. With hypnotic vocals, you’ll be drawn into a kind of euphoric state of mind. N8 is an eclectic mix of well-crafted percussion and lustrous bass line that sets the tone throughout. It’s as if N8 cascades through each section to take the listener...

Australian photographer Matt Dunne recently spent time in the desert of California which is such an awesome place to shoot landscape and people. The terrain is just so unique to Australia. I’ve only been to the USA twice to Cali for work shooting campaigns for Cotton On Body. But, it’s still given me the opportunity...

The multi-dimensional music world of Leslie Schott and Andrew Valenti better know as Holy Golden they’re responsible for tantalising sounds that take the form of euphoric dream-pop to lo-fi garage rock have just coughed up a new music video. Dynamic and driven the track predominantly consistent of various...

LA natives The Palms are bending all the rules and making it look natural with the new EP Sway. The duo recently took some time away from their American tour, to have a chat and let the crew know a little bit more about the band and their beginnings and take on the record industry, topping charts and everything else...

For the last 4 years Bat House have been churning out some of the most underappreciated and creative psychedelic rock in the modern Psych music scene, Chemical X is no exception. What makes Bat House so unique is their love affair with Math Rock, as a huge fan of both genres it is clear to see the two sounds are a...

As a self-described grunge/funk/pop band, Lady HD works in several genres at once. The amalgam of genres befits the duo from opposite coasts of the United States: songwriter Ciaran Wall is from Philadelphia, a city known from its funk and soul scene, and producer Dusty Moon is from Los Angeles. While the band’s...