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The Besnard Lakes Are A Mystical World of Their Own: An Interview with Olga Goreas

The Besnard Lakes Are A Mystical World of Their Own: An Interview with Olga Goreas

  What began as the band’s namesake and getaway for inspiration, The Besnard Lakes’ yearly retreat to their cabin at Besnard Lake in rural Saskatchewan was nearly compromised after a ring of fire surrounded it for several days last year. Perhaps the realization of the ephemerality of things near and dear to the band helped...
Jon Benjamin: Jazz Daredevil

Jon Benjamin: Jazz Daredevil

Comedian and actor Jon Benjamin, notably known for his voice as Bob in Bob’s Burgers and Archer from Archer, spent three hours in the studio to record a jazz album, Well, I Should Have…. Best part?  He has no idea how to play the piano. “I’m not a huge fan of jazz—never was,” Benjamin states...
Album Sneak Peak: Fuzz's II

Album Sneak Peak: Fuzz’s II

  Fuzz, consisting of powerhouse trio Ty Segall (drums, vocals), Charles Moothart (guitar, vocals), and Chad Ubovich (bass, vocals), has announced their upcoming double album release for II, due on October 23rd via In the Red. Infusing sludge, metal, and garage-punk, Fuzz seeks to combine forces of varying genres to assimilate something both powerfully controlled...
The Aurian Haller Band's House of Words Is Poetry and Music Perfectly Aligned

The Aurian Haller Band’s House of Words Is Poetry and Music Perfectly Aligned

  The Aurian Haller Band successfully sprawls across the genre-scape; from indie-folk to country-twang to experimental jazz, this quartet ignites aural sparks in their new album released earlier this month, House of Words. The band merges together poetic songwriting with instrumental coordination into a well crafted package, displaying their folk melodies which ring reminiscent of...
Unknown Mortal Orchestra's "Multi-Love" Review

Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s “Multi-Love” Review

  Before this album I couldn’t really tell if Unknown Mortal Orchestra was stuck in the past or if they were way ahead of their time. Suffice to say I am no longer confused, Unknown Mortal Orchestra are aliens sent from the future to save music.  Their self-titled album is a lo-fi masterpiece and II...
Get To Know Them: Olivver

Get To Know Them: Olivver

Since starting his solo career, Bryan Sammis has been busy creating unique, soulful, and hauntingly beautiful music under the artist name Olivver.  He recently released his first music video for the song “Lucy (Hurt People Hurt People),” and we had the chance to talk to him about his music, his creative process, his new clothing...
Get To Know Them: Naomi Punk

Get To Know Them: Naomi Punk

Naomi Punk’s music is simple but crazy, it’s both light and heavy on your ears, and it represents what the Seattle and Olympia areas are morphing into. As they prepare to release their second studio album Television Man, I had the chance to speak to them about their new work, their hometown, their art, and...
Wildcat Apollo Presents: KC Zombie

Wildcat Apollo Presents: KC Zombie

Fresh off the road from 2014’s Vans Warped Tour after winning Best Rock Song for The John Lennon Songwriting Contest, Wildcat Apollo certainly has a promising future ahead of them. Members Alex Margolin, Cat Tassini, and brothers Aaron and Taylor Eichensee made their way to Austin, Texas in 2013 to record their debut, self-titled album,...
Ty Segall Presents: Manipulator

Ty Segall Presents: Manipulator

THE SEGALL HAS LANDED. And it’s fully loaded with everything that Ty Segall (and you and me) are gonna need in the world to come. Sticking his hand deeper into the machines all around him, Ty is reaching ever further to the outer limits of inner space orbited throughout Twins and Sleeper. And now more than ever, the chunks of...
Mixtape Monday: One Time For Ya' Mind

Mixtape Monday: One Time For Ya’ Mind

Mixtape Monday: One Time For Ya’ Mind from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. Lymbyc System – Truth Skull The Album Leaf – Twenty Two Fourteen Dimlite – Oh Star… Explosions In The Sky – Home Decoder Ring – Rough Sex Thomas Newman – Any Other Name My Dad Vs. Yours – Tanz Mit Uno Tommy Guerro – Years of the Monkey
Prides Presents: The Seeds You Sow

Prides Presents: The Seeds You Sow

Innovative and infectious synthpop trio, Prides, will release “The Seeds You Sow” 7″ and digital single on March 18 in the U.S. The band just released a new video for “The Seeds You Sow,” which is available to post and share via YouTube. Earlier this month, The Line Of Best Fit premiered the track, which is also available to stream...
Baths Album Review: Obsidian

Baths Album Review: Obsidian

If you’ve ever been to SXSW, you know the hell that your feet endure. You walk downtown Austin hurriedly to get to the venue where one of your favorite acts is performing. Then, depending on the venue, you wait in line for a damned long period of time.  You know, venues like Stubb’s BBQ ,...
The Terror: A New Chapter For The Flaming Lips

The Terror: A New Chapter For The Flaming Lips

Last month I got to see The Flaming Lips during SXSW in Austin. Being a Lips live show veteran, I ventured to Auditorium Shores expecting balloons, confetti, big-ass hands, lasers, or maybe Wayne riding the big hamster ball on top of the crowd, but instead I received “The Terror”. After being told that we were...
Album Analyst: Comedown Machine

Album Analyst: Comedown Machine

When I think of The Strokes, who are the original kings of alternative rock, the difference between them and most other bands is in the legacy that they have created for themselves, and in the near cult following they have amassed. Their music can be described as a journey, a progression as the band explores...
Indie Radar - SKATERS

Indie Radar – SKATERS

Quite possibly the greatest thing out of the New York scene since The Strokes, SKATERS capture an addictive, garage-pop sound that fuses elements of punk and indie dreaminess into a glorious combination of sounds. These sounds cannot simply be categorized into just one genre of music. I fell in love with this band during my...
Indie Radar - Le Trouble

Indie Radar – Le Trouble

When it comes to indie music, there are some things that the listener can come to expect. Whether it’s indie-rock or folk, there is a status-quo to music, and a comfortable boundary of tried and not-tried. In many ways, when I hear a new band, I find myself cataloging their sound in my mind, comparing...
Tame Impala - Lonerism

Tame Impala – Lonerism

The first time I heard Tame Impala’s debut album, Innerspeaker, I couldn’t believe that they were from this decade. The Australian outfit has managed to resurrect the psychedelic rock of the 60s and 70s, and forge it with the emerging indie-rock genre of our time. Along with this, they have created something truly magical. The...
The "DRIVE" Soundtrack Is Musical Genius

The “DRIVE” Soundtrack Is Musical Genius

Okay, so let me start off by saying how great is the movie  Drive? I was under the impression, before I saw the film, that Ryan Gosling was just another sissy pretty-boy. Maybe I only had that opinion because I watched half of “The Notebook,” but I was completely wrong. That dude is… well, a...
Indie Radar - Fitz & The Tantrums

Indie Radar – Fitz & The Tantrums

So, here at ANON, we’re going to be doing a weekly blog about up and coming artists, or artists that deserve a shout out for the amazing music that they create. We are doing this just to spread the word and hopefully create a few more fans if we can. If you have any recommendations...
Tall Ships: Everything Touching (Review)

Tall Ships: Everything Touching (Review)

  Tall Ships – Everything Touching: Hailing from the UK, the math rock outfit Tall Ships finally released their debut album Everything Touching last October after teasing us all with a couple EPs over the past couple of years, and they have not disappointed, with a piece of art truly unique. Their sound is commonly...
FOX & FAIR: A New Musical Duo

FOX & FAIR: A New Musical Duo

FOX & FAIR: A New Musical Duo It’s not very often that you come across people in the state of Texas who are not only passionate about the Indie music genre, but can also write and produce it in an eloquent form. Recently, I came across “Fox & Fair,” a male and female duo who...

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