Jess Abbot, the snarling force behind Tancred, has a knack for creating tense, sweet melodies and writing clever lines about being young and dysfunctional. // Post by Misha
PJ Harvey is an artist who, I like to think, makes music for the same reason I listen to it – not because it’s beautiful or pleasing, (though it often is) but because there are whole minutes where it’s the most powerful thing in the world. // Post by Misha
There’s that glow of déjà vu. I refuse to use a map. The highway signs are a radial blur. I’m nuzzling up to these illusions in the driver’s seat; they’re siphoning my self-worth. // Post by Ben
Sometimes it’s overwhelming to think about the amount of music you’ll never hear, to think about all the undiscovered lyrics and melodies that would’ve matched moments of need. // Post by Colleen
“I am not a big fan of my body and would like to leave it. Not die, but retain all my thoughts and be free of my body.” – Mike Hadreas // Post by Andrew Bundy
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.” // Post by Misha