Junk Drawer Album of the Same Name Self-Released Street: 11.21 Junk Drawer = 311 + Dinosaur Jr. + Lansing Dreiden There is something inherently 80s about the band Junk Drawer.
On the precipice of the release of his fourth full-length album slated for release on August 21, Dan Snaith is feeling very energized about what is happening in his musical world. Born in Canada and later relocating to London, Snaith’s interest in music began in his early teens and he became proficient on many instruments. … read more
Shedding started when Bell’s electro-pop group Paden slowly dissolved due to busy schedules and social lives; he realized that the band was becoming more about getting ready for shows, than creating something new and interesting. … read more
The influences behind I Hear Sirens are somewhat exterior in nature. It is easy to sense a little Sigur Ros here and a little Mono there, but IHS has brought their own brand of ethereal substrate to help revive the delineating post-rock enzyme. … read more
Dirty Uncle Davey is all you could expect from a synth-based noise band, long droney tracks of feedback and mysterious sounding tones meandering through dimensionless matter. What is great about this release and most really good noise music is that it steps into your subconscious and plays a few tricks on you, the biggest being that of time confusion. … read more