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Natural Child: Still Ain't Stoppin'

Natural Child: Still Ain’t Stoppin’

Natural Child's latest album Okey Dokey doesn't just grow on you, it creates an insatiable thirst to devour it song for song on repeat.
Natural Child Takeover!

Natural Child Takeover!

Okey Dokey (9/16) is the latest full-length from Nashville, TN’s Natural Child. The band’s first new music in two years is also the debut release on their new label, Natural Child Records and Tapes. The album was recorded in Memphis and Chicago, where the band worked with Cooper Crain (Cave, Bitchin Bajas). Let’s get a...
Album Review: Thelma and the Sleaze - Fuck. Marry. Kill

Album Review: Thelma and the Sleaze – Fuck. Marry. Kill

It takes time to get where we are going, things evolve, our foot may ease the pedal off the floor a bit but in its place you get to feel that suspension tapping out the quarter mile rhythm on a back road burn sesh without a cop in site and sunlight still left to freeze...
New Video: Amyl and the Sniffers - Monsoon Rock

New Video: Amyl and the Sniffers – Monsoon Rock

As for this moment here now Amyl and the Sniffers are everything.
Album Review: Frankie and the Witch Fingers - ZAM

Album Review: Frankie and the Witch Fingers – ZAM

Frankie and the Witch Fingers ride talent the way most Burger bands ride trends. Zam is the best rock n roll has to offer.
Mixtape Monday: Heavy Rocker

Mixtape Monday: Heavy Rocker

Bob Seger & the Last Herd – “Heavy Music” Girlschool – “Take It All Away” Natural Child – “Laid, Paid, and Strange” Dinos Boys – “Knee High” The Riffs – “Johnny Too High” Sonic’s Rendezvous Band – “City Slang” Bored – “Where Eagles Dare” (Misfits Cover) Testors – “Time is Mine” The Skunks – “Earthquake...
Fast and Loose: The Rich Hands Becoming Gods

Fast and Loose: The Rich Hands Becoming Gods

Fast and Loose The Rich Hands Becoming Gods By Jay Armstrong   Rock n Roll will never die, anyone who tells you it has or soon will is simply growing older, putting on the lame armor of burning out adulthood while slinking off to be forgotten in their anonymous lives, or they are the kind...
The Reputations: Begging For More

The Reputations: Begging For More

The Reputations: Begging For More By Jay Armstrong With the psych ship sinking, as the old dogs of sleeze and sweat continue fading off into the sunset, while most nights get spent with our eyes rolling at yet another band to show up sadly trying to align themselves with the 90’s soulless resurgence of disaffected...
The Me You Know Is A Reactionary Me: Part Two

The Me You Know Is A Reactionary Me: Part Two

The Me You Know Is A Reactionary Me Being A Burnout in the Face Of Consumerism Caleb Dawson, Corey Baum, & Jimmy Wildcat interviewed by Jay Armstrong   Our first interview of this three part series with Caleb Dawson can be found here. Part 2 – Corey Baum I hadn’t initially planned on interviewing Corey...
Keeping It (Real) Local: A Guide to SXSW 2016

Keeping It (Real) Local: A Guide to SXSW 2016

Despite the ever looming cloud of basic-bro culture and the evil Doritos mass-media corporatizaton strangling out the last death-rattle of all which was once pure and true in the world, SXSW remains greater than every Coachella, Fun Fun Fun Fest, and Bonnaroo ever put together combined. Each year I watch someone’s younger sister and their...
8 Bands to Restore Your Faith in Humanity in 2016

8 Bands to Restore Your Faith in Humanity in 2016

Last year receded its long drawn out pandiculation, the lifting fog, a settling realization, clear and sharp, the fire has been rebuilding, it remains wildly alive. Most of the world looks for giants, only wanting to see the shape of a band once the collective whole has deemed it fitting for acceptance. The days of...
Holy Wave: The Evil Has Landed Part II

Holy Wave: The Evil Has Landed Part II

Holy Wave: The Evil Has Landed Part 2 In a world of faux social connection bands rise out of hype to show no substance once fully in the light. In this moment of no tolerance for giants, where longevity and ego are despicable to nearly all, bands get discarded before coming close to catching stride...
SXSW: Where To Go, What To Do, And Who To See

SXSW: Where To Go, What To Do, And Who To See

So you’re in Austin and are still trying to figure out what to do, where to go, and who to see? AND CAN I SEE RYAN GOSLING THOUGH? Yeah, us too. Now that we’ve been a few times to SXSW and Austin in general, we figured we might as well share our expert guide with...
Album Review: Teenage Cavegirl - Candy Cigarettes

Album Review: Teenage Cavegirl – Candy Cigarettes

...both sides of this record are natural unique cohesive noise; it did not come by accident. When Teenage Cavegirl someday find themselves listed in the annals of that which kept the dream alive in those back-building years of Austin, remember to remind your kids they did not get there by accident, they earned it, Candy...
IT: A Film Above the Criticism

IT: A Film Above the Criticism

IT A Film Above the Criticism By Jay Armstrong As nostalgic exploitation and cultural appropriation choke the soul out of the last vestiges of creativity, we look back on the golden age of cult fanaticism through the lens of IT, our cold shallow like/not-like hearts boldly warmed to life once more through what we are...
The Buffalo Do

The Buffalo Do

Short Story by: E.S. Sparks E.S. Sparks is a writer and artist based in New Orleans, LA. You can find more of her work here.   At the tail end of her dream, nudged awake by Miles, Mona again saw the sad janitor leave his bar stool and walk out into the sweltering night. She...
Show Review: Angel Olsen at The Mohawk

Show Review: Angel Olsen at The Mohawk

Photography by Ismael Quintanilla III   This past Tuesday we managed to pull some strings in order to see the (second) sold out Angel Olsen show at the Mohawk in Austin, Texas. Everybody’s been gushing about her latest album, My Woman, as well as her live performances, so naturally we had to see what all of the buzz...
2016 'Best Of' Review

2016 ‘Best Of’ Review

  Becky Bacsik   Best Songs 1. “The Axis” – Thee Oh Sees 2. “Robot Stop” – King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard 3.“Give Violence A Chance” – G.L.O.S.S. 4. “Angel Cum Clean” – Elvis Depressedly 5. “First And Last Men” – ORB Favorite Local Song: “Western Playland” – Holy Wave and “Even Steven” – Tele...
Romance in the 21st Century: An Interview with Mannequin Pussy

Romance in the 21st Century: An Interview with Mannequin Pussy

Photo by Scott Troya While many of us may never be able to quite articulate the vast nature and force of relationships, Philadelphia based punk band Mannequin Pussy succeed in encompassing the full spectrum of emotions that human connections draw forth within us in their fittingly-titled album, Romantic. With each song ringing in at under...
Up & Coming: Heaven Starr

Up & Coming: Heaven Starr

Photo: Colin Sussingham   Heaven Starr is a model and muse currently residing in Austin, TX. She travels back to New York every so often for modeling and is also working on her upcoming project, Chiquita Magazine. Chiquita Magazine primarily focuses on embracing the natural and powerful individuality of women. Heaven’s Instagram || Chiquita’s Instagram...
Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by: PJ Carmichael PJ Carmichael is a poet, writer, artist, adventurer, and spiritualist from Wakefield, Massachusetts. His work focuses on his interaction with and the contrast between the natural world and the urban environment. He currently runs Mass Love Distro, a multimedia production and distribution endeavor.   Haymarket, Flickering Lights The trains going out carry...
Valentine's Day the Alternative Way

Valentine’s Day the Alternative Way

  When someone mentions Valentine’s Day, you probably find yourself lost in a daze of cheesy heart-shaped boxes full of toothache-inducing chocolates and The Shining-esque maze of  overpriced red roses everyone seems to poop their pants over. Or you’re thinking of how you’re going to out-do last year’s $200 dinner at Wolfgang Puck’s place (and how the fuck...
The Daddyo's "Mr. Cool Guy" Music Video Premiere

The Daddyo’s “Mr. Cool Guy” Music Video Premiere

    The Daddyo’s united with us last week for their social media takeover on ANON Magazine, providing you with intimate and immediate updates on the making of their music video for their new single, “Mr. Cool Guy”. Getting a behind-the-scenes sneak peak and watching their visual and musical creativity come to fruition was an...
Get Them While They’re Young: The Art of Darren Cullen

Get Them While They’re Young: The Art of Darren Cullen

  It’s rare these days to get though a four-minute commercial break without seeing at least one loan related advert, and even rarer to meet someone who isn’t – in some way or another – indebted to a corporate giant. Both are indicative of society’s increasingly warped relationship with money, but with the world of...
Women On Our Radar: Natalie Ribbons and Lauren Bruno

Women On Our Radar: Natalie Ribbons and Lauren Bruno

Natalie Ribbons // Tele Novella It’s impossible to miss Natalie Ribbons with her unique sense of vintage fashion and swirling vocals brought forth onstage with her band, Tele Novella. With a track on the Wes Anderson tribute album, I Saved Latin!, covering The Velvet Underground’s “Stephanie Says” and a tour in the works, this is...

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