Before hitting the road for a west coast string of dates Cobalt Cranes' Kate Betuel and Tim Foley took the time to talk with Amadeus about the musical movement brewing in Los Angeles, writing the new album in a motel in Kansas, and blasting Black Sabbath while driving through blizzards in Colorado.
Andres creates psychedelic highs and lows, a visual depiction of the beats in his headphones driving his process where it needs to go. His is a labor of mediation, drawing from life and the unlikely sites and sounds it mashes together.
San Francisco's Acid Bath has released his second book that not only comes in a beautifully bound hard and softcover form, but serves as a distinct look into the chromatic inner workings of Acid Bath's artistic mind.
Each of Danava's songs is a rollicking, rippin' power track with extra psychedelic embellishments. The band works with a consistent feeling and within the confines of a bygone genre, but seeing them live puts to rest doubts that it’s all pretense-laden artifice.
There's nothing more intriguing to us than getting an invitation into the inspired spaces and studios of the artists that continue to impress us with their creative ingenuity and inspire our readers and future endeavors. For this In the Studio special, we hang with Los Angeles based artist, Tatiana Velázquez AKA TeeVee Art, before the highly motivated painter took off for Europe to spread her art through Amsterdam and Spain.
Since hearing garage-punk outfit BRONCHO’s fiery, feisty debut “Can’t Get Past the Lips,” and realizing the now rock trio were more than just some undistinguished Midwestern band, we’ve been anticipating their second spin.
Last Friday, thanks to our good friends at Hungry Ghost Press, we participated in a pop-up zine fest at Urban Outfitters in Boston; a night filled with zines, artwork, exclusive fashion designs from our talented friend Nicole DiVito, free PBR, sales merch, and an unbelievably fun photo booth.