Interview with the Smittens

Hi guys and gals!  It’s the bees knees to be doing this interview with you all as we await with great anticipation the release of your new album Believe Me on July 23rd via Fika Recordings.  You’ve been quite busy bees (Sorry for all the bee references!  I know Holly dislikes bees and I feel the same way about their pointy ends!) over the past … [Read more...]

Tin Scribble – Unlive from a Dead City

Eclectic prog rock troupe Tin Scribble employs a certain level of gloomy theatrics in their funky prog rock collage. Incorporating histrionic vocals, dark riffs, and subtly political lyrics into a melting pot of odd time signatures and dynamic shifts, their sophomore LP, Unlive from a Dead City, is mostly engaging if a bit repetitive and generic as … [Read more...]

Lo-Fi Resistance – A Deep Breath

A Deep Breath is the debut album by multi-instrumentalist Randy McStine, who works under the guise of Lo-Fi Resistance. Full of colorful, bleak and emotionally charged progressive pop/rock pieces, it’s both initially captivating and revealingly complex, introducing McStine’s newest project on a very high note. Now in his early twenties, McStine … [Read more...]

The Pinx – “Impatience”

With musical influences like The Kinks, Led Zeppelin, and The Who, it’s not surprising that The Pinx knows how to rock, both on stage and in its music. The band's latest album Look What You Made Me Do takes off with the single “Impatience.” The three man band, Joseph Giddings, Jim O'Kane, and Adam McIntyre from Atlanta, Georgia jam out on … [Read more...]