SIZ: Liquid [Album Review]
Jun14

SIZ: Liquid [Album Review]

SIZ Liquid Flippin’ Freaks [2019] Who: SIZ hail from Bordeaux, France and they are all about some 90’s grunge/fuzz-tinged with a steady dose of heavy shoegaze and psychedelic rock. Sound: Liquid is a satisfying blend of different genres of 90s indie rock, and at the same time sound like they belong in the same collective as a Ty Segall offshoot band. TFN Final Take: Thank goodness for indie music blogs. I would miss out so much...

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Truth Club: Not An Exit [Album Review]
Jun13

Truth Club: Not An Exit [Album Review]

Truth Club Not An Exit Tiny Engines [2019] Who: The Raleigh-based four-piece Truth Club are new on the indie rock scene and Not An Exit is their debut record. Sound: Sweeping post-punk that has the indie rocking spirit of a Promise Ring, Car Seat Headrest and The Strokes while bringing a mood like Protomartyr and Interpol to the mix. TFN Final Take: Truth Club sound completely inspired on their debut record Not An Exit. The group take...

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Black Mountain: Destroyer [Album Review]
Jun12

Black Mountain: Destroyer [Album Review]

Black Mountain Destroyer Jagjaguwar [2019] Who: Stoney, space rock outfit from hailing from Vancouver, British Columbia. This album represents a new lineup having Rachel Fannan (Sleepy Sun) and Adam Bulgasem (Dommengang, Soft Kill). Sound: Black Mountain is a group of fuzzy, metal, rock warriors. Their albums never shy away from proggy passages or psychedelic situations. TFN Final Take: I’ve actually been a fan of Black Mountain ever...

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Pipe-eye – “Fluorescent Wonder” [Video]
Jun12

Pipe-eye – “Fluorescent Wonder” [Video]

Flightless Records, Cook Craig returns with his first music as Pipe-eye since 2017’s cult release Laugh About Life. Appearing in more Flightless line-ups then any of his label contemporaries (King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, The Murlocs and Pipe-eye) Cook’s new Pipe-eye album, Inside/Outside is out now and available for order at Flightless HERE. Please follow and like...

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T Bone Burnett / Jay Bellerose / Keefus Ciancia: The Invisible Light – Acoustic Space [Album Review]
Jun12

T Bone Burnett / Jay Bellerose / Keefus Ciancia: The Invisible Light – Acoustic Space [Album Review]

T Bone Burnett / Jay Bellerose / Keefus Ciancia The Invisible Light: Acoustic Space Verve Forecast [2019] Fire Note Says: Producer/artist/influencer, T Bone Burnett joins forces to create a strong experimental soundtrack for these challenging times. Album Review: “`The Invisible Light,’” explains T Bone Burnett in this album’s liner notes, “is a song cycle concerned with the reality that we have been the subjects of over a century of...

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Bad Religion: Age Of Unreason [Album Review]
Jun11

Bad Religion: Age Of Unreason [Album Review]

Bad Religion Age Of Unreason Epitaph Records [2019] Who: This is the West Coast punk greats 17th studio record and first full-length since 2013’s True North. Sound: Melodic punk rock that is 120% Bad Religion. TFN Final Take: If there ever was a political environment for punk veterans Bad Religion to storm back – 2019 is it for sure. In fact, you can tell the current president (although not mentioned) is on Bad Religion’s...

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