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Emotional Response Records' Typical Girls Vol 3 & 4: Couteau Latex's "Colere Vide"

Emotional Response Records’ Typical Girls Vol 3 & 4: Couteau Latex’s “Colere Vide”

  Confronted with the saturation of male-dominated voices in the punk and hardcore scene, Typical Girls aims to subvert that stereotype with fresh sounds that might otherwise go unheard of. A wink and nod to the Slits, Typical Girls celebrates all that is totally untypical and highlights a vast number of femme-sounds and experiences. A...
Mixtape Monday: Things Are Meaning Less

Mixtape Monday: Things Are Meaning Less

  Triptides – All My Life The Morelings – Before Las Rosas – Christa Blueshift Signal – Halo Banditos – Healin’ Slow New Holland – Ghost Town (demo) Lowtide – Elizabeth Tower Lukdlx – King of the Jungle  
Hyperreal Film Club VHS Zine Release Party

Hyperreal Film Club VHS Zine Release Party

Website || Instagram || Facebook   Keeping the DIY scene thriving in Austin, Texas, collective Hyperreal Film Club prides itself on embracing more than just the film medium. Immersing themselves in art installations, electronic music, experimental collage, and tearing apart constraints on structures and expectations of art, founders David McMichael, Jenni Kaye and Tanner Hadfield...
Where Are Your Friends: BUHU's "Youth Is Breaking" Music Video

Where Are Your Friends: BUHU’s “Youth Is Breaking” Music Video

Bandcamp || Facebook || Instagram || Twitter   Growing up and merging into adulthood can take on a vast array of forms, which tends to reach a breaking point when we cling onto the last fraying threads of excess and self-indulgence for as long as we can rather than maturing and taking responsibility for our...
Music Video Premiere: We Are Temporary's "Give Me More" Meets Sexual Innocence With Utmost Dread

Music Video Premiere: We Are Temporary’s “Give Me More” Meets Sexual Innocence With Utmost Dread

  A one man army, We Are Temporary instills a jarring balance between mysterious and murky dark depths and clean-cut clarity. Based in Brooklyn, New York, Mark Roberts combines elements of electronic, dream-pop, minimal techno and goth music to represent his own artistic craft with existential undertones throughout. Drawing comparisons to acts like early Skinny...
Band Spotlight: Common Velvet

Band Spotlight: Common Velvet

Photo by Candice Quarnstrom   In light of the growing trend of psychedelic and electronic music, Austin-based band Common Velvet veers off in their own psych-pop filled path, creating infectious gems complete with silky vocals courtesy of front-woman Lauren Sanders. Sanders wrote and recorded demos before fully forming the band, now consisting of Andrew Orsak...
ANON Magazine and Ghostspace Records Present: Red Comet 3 Cassette Release Party at Cheer Up Charlies

ANON Magazine and Ghostspace Records Present: Red Comet 3 Cassette Release Party at Cheer Up Charlies

    ANON Magazine and Ghostspace Records are proud to present Red Comet 3’s Cassette Tape Release Party at Cheer Up Charlies in Austin, Texas tomorrow night! Including elements of retro electronic and psychedelia, Red Comet 3‘s been hard at work for “Hexagon Computer Vision Technologies” release. Guaranteed to transport you to otherworldly realms and...
Ransom Scenery's Album ear to ear Takes Experimental to New Heights

Ransom Scenery’s Album ear to ear Takes Experimental to New Heights

  Based out of Springfield, Illinois, Ransom Scenery’s avant-garde and experimental album, ear to ear, is truly an album they can proudly call their own. The band’s flawless ability to create such a diverse dimension of sound and texture rings exceedingly well on their first EP, released in February of this year. Duo Drew Lowery...
Single Review: Troy Samuela and Monsoonsiren's "Fiend"

Single Review: Troy Samuela and Monsoonsiren’s “Fiend”

  In general, I don’t care for electronic music. But every now and then I’m enticed by the dramatic drops, distorted vocals, and hauntingly catchy beats that define some of today’s better electro-pop. Troy Samuela and Monsoonsiren’s freaky-awesome “Fiend” is one such example – and I can’t get it out of my head. “Fiend” is...
Slooom: An Audio and Visual Experience

Slooom: An Audio and Visual Experience

  Lauren Bruno, the creative director of $3 Shows and singer-songwriter for Les RAV, has set on new adventures into the world of electronic music and artistic video composition with her project, Slooom. Working with director Ryan Orenstein, music producer Delwin Campbell, and a cast and crew of over forty people, Slooom can’t wait to...
Mixtape Monday: Cheez-Tits

Mixtape Monday: Cheez-Tits

Mixtape Monday: Cheez-Tits from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. Geri – Superhumanoids Prove to Me – Seapony Pretender – Black Marble Toil – Unnatural Helpers Hyacinth House – Cheval Sombre I Used to Let You Get to Me – Generationals (Into the) Atmosphere – Dusted Getaway Tonight – Opossom Kites – Geographer Where I’m Going – Cut Copy You Got Me – Generationals Got It – Gringo Star...
One for the Locals: The Black and White Years

One for the Locals: The Black and White Years

Picture, if you will, the year is 2007. You and two of your friends from college have been playing in a band together for about one year, and you’ve secured a spot on the lineup at South by Southwest, amongst over 1,400 other acts. At the show, you open for a group of five bands,...

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