The Friday Fire Track: Lords Of Sealand – “Motion”
Apr21

The Friday Fire Track: Lords Of Sealand – “Motion”

While the track title might be a tad convoluted, the songs journey is anything but. Lords of Sealand hail from San Francisco bringing with them the digital concept single “Motion.” While a recording of a full-length album Zs is taking place, “Motion” wasn’t really supposed to evolve into the single that it did. The track gained so much momentum that it had to be released outside of the album. “Motion (I. We Live: Moving As One, II. We...

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Brainiac Documentary on Kickstarter: Pledge Now!
Apr20

Brainiac Documentary on Kickstarter: Pledge Now!

Brainiac is one of the best and also one of the most tragic stories in the music history of Dayton, Ohio. The mid 90’s was an explosion for “alternative rock” and with groups like Guided By Voices and The Breeders hailing from the Gem City, Dayton Ohio was on the indie map. Hell, the hype even brought Billy Corgan of the Smashing Pumpkins one night to our small, notable and now closed venue Canal Street Tavern. There...

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The Friday Fire Track: Chain And The Gang – “The Logic Of Night”
Apr14

The Friday Fire Track: Chain And The Gang – “The Logic Of Night”

Chain and the Gang have released five records over the past 8 years. Their new release, Best of Crime Rock, was meant to quickly catch you up if you have not been formally introduced as it is a collection of brand new recordings of hits from the band’s discography as well as two new songs. The record is set for release on June 2nd, 2017 via In The Red Records. Chain and the Gang are led by Ian Svenonius (of DC bands Nation of...

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RAYS: RAYS [Album Review]
Apr14

RAYS: RAYS [Album Review]

RAYS RAYS Trouble In Mind Records [2017] Who: Oakland band is comprised of four Bay-area music veterans whose current & past musical projects include local bands-of-note like The World, Life Stinks, Violent Change, & Dadfag. Sound: RAYS have a Wire vibe to them with their urgent post-punk. Along with Wire, think Parquet Courts, The Modern Lovers, and Television. TFN Final Take: RAYS debut is 26 minutes of old school sounding...

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Real Estate: In Mind [Album Review]
Mar29

Real Estate: In Mind [Album Review]

Real Estate In Mind Domino Records [2017] Fire Note Says: Real Estate pick up right where they left off. Album Review: Real Estate are currently one of the most consistent indie bands out there. They have always set the bar high for their style of artistic floating songs that are easy to get carried away in. The band’s fourth record, In Mind, is no different. The plodding guitar, the soft, slick and memorable vocals of Martin Courtney...

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