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Sundrifter release heavy, plodding new album “Visitations”

Hard rock trio Sundrifter have released their newest album Visitations, a full length followup to 2016’s Not Coming Back. The Boston three piece are most notable for their heavy approach and unrelenting walls of sound, reminiscent of grunge bands like Soundgarden and the Melvins, while also co-opting a uniquely melodic quality found in popular hard rock bands like Muse and Queens of the Stone Age. Visitations plods and stomps in a relentless march employing riff after riff of Sabbath-esque mojo, where guitars and vocals are draped in fuzz and tinged with psychedelia. Check out Visitations below. -Charley Ruddell

In Tall Buildings Unveil Video for Song "Curtain"

In Tall Buildings has released a video for “Curtain”, the latest single from their forthcoming LP, Akinetic. The album will be released on March 2nd via Western Vinyl and can be pre-ordered here.

You can help In Tall Buildings celebrate the new album on March 24th at Schubas.


Krust Toons: "It's More About Image Than Music" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "It's More About Image Than Music" by Tedd Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.


Debut Qwark Album Available for Streaming & Download

Combining Legs Like Tree Trunks' Jake Holden and Tim Mcmonigle with John Dicocco (The Mellowells) and James Tierney, Qwark just released their self-titled debut. Available on cassette via Lounge Worm Tape Collective, the seven-song set captures a raw, raucous spirit. Infectious yet volatile, the songs tap into an endearing, personal release, with a charge of heaviness. That rocking-chair effect of ebb and flow is soothing but ready to shake you out of your slumber. You can catch them at Ortlieb's on Tuesday, March 13, alongside Straw Hats and The Rough Cuts.


Kitten teases album with propulsive synth-pop on “I Did It!”

When it seems impossible to continue its climb, the new track from pop group Kitten just keeps going, creating a prolonged sensation of being lifted up, while band leader Chloe Chaidez sings with buoyant optimism over already anthemic backing instrumentals. “I Did It!” shows Kitten as a pop force with a handle for ‘80s glitz and modern production tricks. Though Chaidez sings of past mistakes, its done with poise and confidence, ready to move forward as the sheen of smiling synth-pop propels her on. It’s the group’s first release since 2016’s “Heaven Or Somewhere In Between” and teases a new self-produced album slated for later this year. Listen to “I Did It!” below. – Cameron Carr


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