Posts Tagged: garage rock

Song of the Day: “Berlin Got Blurry”

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Strangeness is not altogether a new concept for Parquet Courts, a NYC-based band that resists labels but falls somewhere between garage rock and post-punk, with an overarching sympathy for “indie” (whatever that means today). The arty group have gained notoriety for their intelligent lyrics and self-aware sound, especially since their widely appreciated 2012 record, Light Up […]

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This Week in Posivibes: Ty-Rex

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Super-prolific Ty Segall has released another record: a compilation of T. Rex covers that he put out over the years under the name Ty-Rex. The compilation includes a new version of “20th Century Boy” and is out via Goner Records. NME pointed out how the covers, many produced around 2011–2013, trace Segall’s development as a musician; […]

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This Week in Posivibes: La Luz

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Seattle’s La Luz released their second album on August 7th via Hardly Art, and the Ty Segall-produced Weirdo Shrine is living up to its name in a mellow, fuzzed-out cruise through songs about being on the creepy side of a love story, and also death. Inspired by a Charles Burns graphic novel about teens in […]

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Swinging Modern Sounds #65: Tragedy Plus Time

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Jesse Malin is a lifer in a business that rarely features lifers anymore.

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