Posts Tagged: garage

Mourn’s Ha, Ha, He

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Last year, Barcelona’s Mourn received a lot of attention for reminding everyone why teens playing loud and well just plain works. Their second record Ha, Ha, He is generating similar excitement, thanks to the handful of songs that have been released thus far. The full album is now available to stream via Captured Tracks—listen to the single “Irrational Friend” after […]

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Tragedy at Feels Show

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A man was tragically killed during a show in Santa Ana last week that LA’s Feels were headlining; in an attempt to restrain a man who was reportedly using the mosh pit as an excuse to perpetrate violence, twenty-three-year-old Nathan Joe Alfaro was stabbed to death. Feels responded to the tragedy with respect for the deceased, and […]

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Charles Moothart’s Solo Debut

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Charles Moothart has played in plenty of great projects out of the California garage revival—Fuzz, Ty Segall, GØGGS, and Charlie and the Moonhearts, for instance—and now has a record coming out for his solo debut, CFM. Backed by Thomas Alvarez (Audacity), Michael Anderson, and Tyler Frome, Moothart’s CFM released its first song this past week […]

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This Week in Posivibes: The Mantles

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The Mantles have been a significant fixture in San Francisco’s music since 2007, and their recent release, All Odds End out on the Bay’s Slumberland Records, is their third full length album in the last six years. A great example of the way that the moniker “garage” doesn’t do justice to the music coming out […]

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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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