Archive | June, 2009

Modern Time Machines LIVE on Random Necessities for Audible Bliss

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#1 @ KSPC: Moscow – Moscow

Album: Moscow Artist: Moscow Label: Self-Released Deliciously dark, melodic post-goth rock from local all-girl band, Moscow!† Strong, echoey vocals layered just under some great musicianship, punctuated by driving bass.† As for this writing, they currently have a residency at local Pomona bar Characters, and they put on a captivating and energetic show!† Moscow has jumped […]

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Review: The Poison Arrows – First Class, and Forever (File Thirteen Records)

The Poison Arrows have been working towards their first full length since 1996, despite member shifts. What they have produced is not good-time rock and roll, but an album that corrodes, chills, and enthralls. Chords are dissonant and clashing, tempos are irregular, but hey, this is why we love math rock. Donít turn to ďFirst […]

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KSPC Presents The Strange Boys at the Echo

“Austin, TX’s The Strange Boys evoke a wild-eyed, porcelain-skinned innocence that is capable of summoning the wayward spirit of Brian Jones. The mystery of the South couples with the mastery of rhythm to create a sound completely timeless and familiar, yet absolutely raw and avant-garde. Greg Enlow’s syncopated, organ-driven grooves hark back to The Seeds’ […]

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KSPC Welcomes: Temple of Bon Matin @ Rhino Records

“Temple of Bon Matin was begun around 1991 by drummer/singer Ed Wilcox and keyboardist John Mulvaney, after the collapse of Wilcox’ first band The Tomahawk Kids (named in tribute to his hero, the sensational Alex Harvey – although, being 1990, they sounded more like Guadacanal Diary). Hoping to build a vehicle to contain their diverse […]

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