We had the chance to catch up with Futurebirds' singer and guitarist, Carter King, about their hometown in the Poultry State, working with Easy Sound Recording, and the band's eternal crush on Diarrhea Planet.
With Nielson’s abilities to manipulate tracks in a such a unique fashion, Multi-Love, stands as an album that can be listened to on repeat, offering myriad textures and layers with each spin; an unparalleled undertaking.
We are excited to announce our coverage of Boise's annual Treefort Fest this March 23-27! With the second round of artists released today we could not be more pumped to see dozens of amazing musicians.
Several minutes pass while Destruction Unit's amplified noise boils and reaches a deafening pitch, and then, the band breaks into the opening song without warning. It’s like the crowd has been electrocuted. During the previous sets the audience was mostly motionless, but now they immediately become a frenzied mosh pit.
Eagerly anticipating his set at Fun Fun Fun Fest, Mikal Cronin took a second to share some insight about playing a big festival versus a small venue, and how he can't wait to see his buddies Fuzz play next weekend.
With well over 1,700 shows under their belt, Murder By Death put some time aside from their busy schedule, to talk to give amadeus the low down on their expectations for the undoubtedly fun weekend at Fun Fun Fun Fest.
Living up to their name, Fuzz draws from heavy, caustic, fuzz pedal-worshiping and psychedelic acts of the past to heave forth an impressive 14-song double album made for headbanging and the cultivation of thick as cement darkness.