You searched for modern lovers - ANON | MAGAZINE

Recent Posts

Search

Search Result / modern lovers
A Stark Release in a Senseless World: An Interview with Death of Lovers

A Stark Release in a Senseless World: An Interview with Death of Lovers

Photography: Ben Rayner   Often our patience is tried in the years anticipating a band’s release, but Death of Lovers proves their craft is worth the wait. Following up to their 2014 EP, The Acrobat (released last November off Dais Records) is a remarkable album drawing forth nostalgic 80’s synthscapes yet pulses with a distinct...
Album Review: Schwein - Easy Does It

Album Review: Schwein – Easy Does It

....a John Cale broken boldness sort of journey from open to close all swept over with a thousand hushed mystic ohms weaving the ride along. To break down the album track by track would be an injustice to its cohesive nature. Each song shakes hands with the next, peaks and valleys reflecting the same orgiastic...
Mixtape Monday: Accident-Prone

Mixtape Monday: Accident-Prone

  The Dead Milkmen – Punk Rock Girl Sonic Youth – Dirty Boots Peter Murphy – Cuts You Up Joy Division – Disorder The Church – Reptile X – True Love Part 2 Gang of Four – Damaged Goods The Clash – The Guns of Brixton Buzzcocks – Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You...
Justin Waters Takes On the 2020 Oscars

Justin Waters Takes On the 2020 Oscars

Are we so limited that we cannot simply love two separate movies? Sometimes I feel like watching The Godfather. Sometimes I feel like watching Predator. Oh, one of them has an Oscar? Guess I am the idiot for finding both great in their own way. Thank god someone was there to tell me which was...
Mixtape Monday: Teenager In Love

Mixtape Monday: Teenager In Love

Are you following us on Spotify yet? Friend us here. Barreracudas – “Promises” Nikki and the Corvettes – “Criminal Element” Dumb – “Heather You’re So Cool” If you didn’t catch our interview we did with Corey Baum of Dumb here is your chance. The Babies – “Alligator” The Rubinoos – “I Think We’re Alone Now”...
Crypt Trip Get Back To Their Roots

Crypt Trip Get Back To Their Roots

Crypt Trip Get Back To Their Roots By: Jay Armstrong   Sure I’ve written warmly about them before, sure seeing them on a bill raises the quality standard of an excuse I need to stay under a blanket reading for the night, yet there has always been an underlying intangible which kept me from fully...
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Dryspell – Accounting Jejune Stars – Circles Alex Rose – Grandmothers Kingdom of Suicide Lovers – Cosmic Seeds XETAS – The Future Trés Oui – Dead Ringer Jana Horn – Optimism Modern Studies – Do What You Want  
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...
Pity Sex Takeover!

Pity Sex Takeover!

Bandcamp || Facebook || Instagram || Twitter    Despite what images the band’s name may conjure, Pity Sex stray away from regrets with their increasingly experimental and innovative nature, starting with their first EP for Dark World and continuing throughout their musical career to their most recent album, White Hot Moon. The band formed in...
The Me You Know Is A Reactionary Me: Part Three

The Me You Know Is A Reactionary Me: Part Three

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 This is the third of a three part interview series; Check out our first with Caleb Dawson here and our second with Corey Baum here.   Part 3...
Foxhunt's Strange Creatures Album Review

Foxhunt’s Strange Creatures Album Review

  Originating in Austin, Texas, Foxhunt emerges onto the music scene with a mixture of modern folk, dreamy electronics and teeming tones of alternative rock. Beginning their career as a group, Joseph Kosier, Stephen Marshall, Nadyia Marshall and Wesley Goins have yet to release their studio album, Strange Creatures, and is met with as much...

Copyright © 2016, | ANON Magazine |