On processing grief and loss through dreams and music. By Andrew Bundy.
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I’ve been to a good amount of concerts. I used to count and track them all, but I’m probably in the 500s. I remember thinking to myself though, when I first saw The Muffs in 2015, “Damn. I think this is the first actual rock show I’ve ever seen.”
The initial idea for Mascarada began as Shawn Grindle and Leana Courtney were driving along the I-10 from Phoenix to Los Angeles. Both stemming from completely different backgrounds, they started talking about making a record. The phrase “Latin Psych Rock” was thrown around. They liked it.
In Eva Hendricks’ throat, coos and giggles are razor wire. A pout is a live grenade. She channels rage through baby talk. It’s refreshing to see sweetness exposed for the act that it is; to say out loud: “I didn’t make the rules, but that doesn’t mean I don’t want to win the game.”
It’s the perfect amount of chilly in my car. All night it’s been pouring and the roads are covered in … More
“Hi, I’m Colleen Green. I’m going to play some songs for you and I hope you like them.” Almost every time I’ve seen Colleen Green perform this is how she has introduced herself. It took far too long for me to understand this about being okay with yourself.
There was a bee massacre in our driveway today. I heard the buzzing first. There was an emotion to it, … More
I’ve recently fallen in love with perfectly matched two-piece acts like Diet Cig. These two beacons just seem meant to make magic together – their personality shines bright, intimately unafraid and inspiring.
Aaron Blount of Knife In The Water on being labeled a “sad band” from Central Texas, beauty, suffering, and songwriting. “We want to be tricked. It’s just human nature. We want to believe that these things can be made simple and orderly by a song”