When people utter that incessant cliché, “Rock is dead,” they’re more often than not referring to the sound of the genre’s heyday. People looking for heavy riffs, swaggering drums, and stomping bass lines with no-nonsense declarations about living life on your own terms have a new sound to look towards, and it’s coming blaring out of Seattle. That’s where they’ll find classic rock and roll outfit The Mama Rags, a quartet out to quiet those whole doubt the ferocity of modern guitar music.
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San Francisco’s dashiki-shoegaze pioneer, Siddhartha, recently released a video for “Sometimes You Get So Alone (It Just Makes Sense)” via Beats Per Minute . You can also check out the second single “Diamond Dust” from his new record, IF IT DIE (May 1, Neurotic Yell Records), which premiered on Consequence of Sound yesterday.
Eux Autres play up their ’60s surf-pop aesthetic in their latest video, “Ring Out”. Crafted from found footage this video tells a tale of crime and punishment. With hands on editing and marker animation, this is a video you don’t want to miss!
Thanks to our friends at Consequence of Sound for hosting the premiere of “Ring Out”!
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Their latest EP, Sun Is Sunk, is available now from Bon Mots Records.