roadmaster

VIDEO/SINGLE: DRAGLAND – “Colors” (The Roadmaster EP)

Dragland – “The Roadmaster” is available @ Bandcamp. by Walter Price   There’s always that undeniable classic rock sound to Dragland’s music. Blended soft earthy rock and hints of psych soundtracking from-the-heart lyrics. Their new one, “Colors” is no exception. A beautiful ode to those tricky long-distance relationships. The highs, lows, and overwhelming eagerness all…

doing crimes

WKND SPIN: FAKE YOUR OWN DEATH – “Doing Crimes” (single)

Fake Your Own Death are available @ Bandcamp. by Walter Price   If you have Peter Murphy, Mick Karn, and Ian McCulloch infiltrating your bloodstream this gloomy politically charged era, cool, but perhaps it’s time to add something new. In the same vein, check out San Francisco socially conscious outfit  Fake Your Own Death’s new track…

how we begin

WKND SPIN: THE Y AXES – “How We Begin” (Video), from the upcoming ‘No Waves’ album

“How We Begin” is from the forthcoming ‘No Waves’ album via Bandcamp. by Walter Price   To individual degrees, we’re all dealing with the bombardments of political insanities, social media vortexes, and uber correctnesses that create anxieties. The world around us seems increasingly unmanageable. Perhaps we should just say fuck it and move along with our lives.…

This December

NEW HOLIDAY CLASSIC: Everyone Is Dirty – “This December (A Christmas Song)”

“This December (A Christmas Song)” is available now @ Bandcamp. by Walter Price Oakland’s punk-poets Everyone Is Dirty have released what will be considered an instant holiday classic. “This December (A Christmas Song)”, a song written by the band’s Sivan Lioncub and Christopher Daddio, isn’t exactly an enchanting lullaby you normally associate with yuletide cheer.…

San Francisco Dream-Doom: Callow – “A Vein” (single)

Callow are available on Bandcamp. by Walter Price   In a social media is reality and atmospheres are highly politicized era, an increasingly large portion of the world’s population struggles with meaning. Their own existence. And in a post-Bowie world, taking on such matters in music is daunting and harder to find. San Francisco’s Callow (Red Moses and Sami…