Frankie And The Witch Fingers: ZAM [Album Review]
Mar07

Frankie And The Witch Fingers: ZAM [Album Review]

Frankie And The Witch Fingers ZAM Greenway Records [2019] Fire Note Says: Frankie and the Witch Fingers return with equal parts dark arts and mischievous psychedelic heart for their fifth long player. Album Review: Frankie and the Witch Fingers has been a group that the Fire Note has kept on their radar since their debut, Sidewalks, impressed us in 2013. What continues to impress us is that their past three albums, Frankie and the...

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Sunwatchers: Illegal Moves [Album Review]
Feb26

Sunwatchers: Illegal Moves [Album Review]

Sunwatchers Illegal Moves Trouble In Mind Records [2019] Who: Sunwatchers hail from New York and present to us their third full length, Illegal Moves. This is their second for Trouble In Mind. Their first self-titled album was released on the Fire Note favorite Castle Face Records. Sound: Sunwatchers aim to create music, the likes of which have never been seen. Psychedelic, acid gonzo-jazz, with smatterings of rock holding it all...

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TFN Interview with TFS Gareth Liddiard
Dec21

TFN Interview with TFS Gareth Liddiard

If you haven’t heard the name yet, Australia’s Tropical Fuck Storm, is a band you’re going to be hearing a lot more about. Releasing their debut, A Laughing Death In Meatspace on Joyful Noise Recordings this year. The debut reflects the state of the world through a funhouse mirror. It’s then chopped and screwed and deconstructed post punk style for your aural pleasure. I was lucky enough to be able to sit down with lead...

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Tropical Fuck Storm: A Laughing Death In Meatspace [Album Review]
Nov27

Tropical Fuck Storm: A Laughing Death In Meatspace [Album Review]

Tropical Fuck Storm A Laughing Death In Meatspace Joyful Noise Recordings [2018] Fire Note Says: Tropical Fuck Storm’s debut is freaky and funky in equal parts. Album Review: Australia has really been a hot bed for what’s good in music these days. Bands such as: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Stonefield, Wolfmother (more or less), Methyl Ethel, The Vines, ORB, Amyl and the Sniffers, Tame Impala, POND, and now Tropical...

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ORB: The Space Between [Album Review]
Oct11

ORB: The Space Between [Album Review]

ORB The Space Between ATO/Flightless Records [2018] Who: Formed in Geelong, Victoria, Australia the trio: guitarist and lead singer Zak Olsen, guitarist and bassist Daff Gravolin, and drummer Jamie Harmer have been bringing their riffs from the stars and beyond since January 2015. Sound: ORB doesn’t just live in the fuzz, they were born in it. ORB has a sound that can be described as many things: Sabbath Worship, Stoner metal,...

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