Posts Tagged ‘label’

Andrew Tinker’s New Album, Upon the Ecliptic to Release April 18th, 2014 on Hand Drawn Records Recorded over the last 18 months at the artist’s personal studio, Big Acre Sound, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, Andrew Tinker is releasing his sophomore effort, Upon the Ecliptic April 18th on Dallas independent label…

– By Austin Reed – “PUSH PLAY” Psych-rock is a dangerous business. Unless you’ve spent the proper amount of time calibrating your sound to a matchless level of precision, it can oftentimes behave like an undercooked cupcake: good-to-go on the outside but runny and inconsistent where it matters. This probably wouldn’t b…

– The Phuss by Dustin Blocker – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” The Phuss’ brand of heavy is askew, ever so slightly from their contemporaries, as their macho swagger never tangles with their incisive sensibilities.  The Fort Worth three-piece burns through 31 minutes of slithering, seductive rock on their self-titled sophomore re…

– By Brandon Callies – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” Black Rebel Motorcycle Club is back with a new album entitled Specter At The Feast. This band has a consistent streak of good songwriting, and the streak continues with this offering. There is nothing flashy or over the top on “Specter At The Feast.” The album slowly builds in…

– By Dustin Blocker – The first of the four part video mini-series for Dallas’ These Machines Are Winning follows two anti-heroes on their covert bike ride through a wind-swept cityscape.  There are machine guns, explosives, oh, and the song is great too! We definitely recommend this one. …These Machines Are Winning ta…

– House Harkonnen by Brandon Callies – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” House Harkonnen is one of Denton, Texas’ shining lights; if that light is the ground opening up to Hell’s flames illuminating the Earth. The quartet’s new Limited Edition LP Beastmode is an incredible addition to the band’s discography. Take a blender; add one…