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HARVEST LOVE by TASH SULTANA Gig review by Sean Mortell

After calling out to the members of the audience who had ever experienced mental turmoil, or just emotional struggles as a whole, the rollicking beauty of steady electric guitar along with the angelic high pitched crooning of Sultana, the flash light on thousands of phones swayed in time to a truly memorable cacophony of sound.

By | 2017-12-26T06:40:58+00:00 December 26th, 2017|Indie folk, Indie pop, Ozrock, Singer-songwriters|0 Comments

DAMAGED by PRIMAL SCREAM Story by Darlene Zimbardi

Darlene Zimbardi February 1992, New York City The cab stops; Peter runs around to open my door. Even though the doctor told me that everything was going to be fine, here we are just a couple of months later; I can’t even stand. Received: diagnosis. Lost: everything else. Pete bends over, gently lifting my body [...]

By | 2017-09-28T10:19:51+00:00 June 24th, 2017|Indie pop, Rock|2 Comments

Tubthumping and The Big Issue by Chumbawamba.

Nathan Johnson Edinburgh, Scotland; September 1997 Chumbawamba was in my face. Far from being a pop band that sang only about pissing the night away, they were, above all else, anarchists with a deep suspicion of government, politicians, the Church, landlords, bosses, union leaders and other forms and figures of authority. While I didn’t share all of their extreme views, their music and lyrics awakened something inside of me.

By | 2017-02-25T18:35:51+00:00 February 25th, 2017|Indie pop, Punk, Rock|0 Comments