Hang Time – Hang Time

A lineup augmentation of disbanded group The Future of the Ghost has come together to bring you an energetic debut of indie fun-time frolic rock. A flyer on Hangtime's Facebook in many way sums up their sound: a recycled but colourful collage that celebrates pizza, Twins and Macaulay Culkin. Having had a year of gigging around Salt Lake City, I'm … [Read more...]

Monster Machismo – Aye Aye Porcupine

“You can’t judge a book by its cover”? I totally disagree with that statement, at least in the context of this review. YouTube and boredom can definitely lead you down some interesting paths. Therefore, I decided to do an experiment of sorts. I type into the search bar “best indie bands” and I am immediately hit with hundreds if not thousands of … [Read more...]

My Milky Way Arms – Lightsaber Circuit Breaker

Chase Hill, aka My Milky Way Arms, while still inhabiting the electro-pop realm, changes his sound from his self-titled EP to this debut album, going from the Sigur Ros-like blissful buoyancy of the EP to a manically playful take on childhood and sci-fi themes, including whole songs that are devoted to Star Wars and X-Men on Lightsaber Circuit … [Read more...]

The Superions – s/t EP

Fred Schneider of The B-52’s fame is ba-a-ack, along with Noah Brodie and Dan Marshall, and they’re packing enough ham ‘n’ cheese sandwiches and a heaping helping o’ corn to satisfy even the most ravenous at the disco-pop picnic party.  This EP includes three original songs “Those Sexy Saucer Gals”, “Who Threw That Ham at Me”, and the oddly … [Read more...]

Interview with My Milky Way Arms

Delusions of Adequacy:  Hi Chase!  How are you doing? Chase Hill:  I’m doing great! Thanks for doing an interview. I hope all is well in your parts. DOA:  I heard your gloriously buoyant and blissful self-titled EP a while back and was immediately hooked, and now your debut album, Lightsaber Circuit Breaker, is available, and I noticed a … [Read more...]