Jam City: Hear New Jams by feedtime, Axis: Sova, and Moon Duo
"Flatiron" is the first new track by Aussie punk legends, feedtime, in some 20 years, and whether you first got into 'em by the recent Sub Pop box set, or were hip to the band back in the day on the good word of Mudhoney's Mark Arm, you will want to crank this monster jam. It's all gruff and guitar, broken bones and broken homes. Gutter punk is rarely this exuberant.
A Jam Packed Wedesday with The Black Angels, California X, Screaming Females, and Moon Duo
"Molly Moves My Generation," from soon-to-be-released 10" split single on Fuzz Club, and its easily the deepest, darkest track this Austin psych bunch have put out in years. And just when you think these vets are content to ride out on a drone, they go full thrash mode. More of this, please.
The Rockometer: Circles by Moon Duo
Even the most ardent supporters of Moon Duo, and guitarist Ripley Johnson's other band, Wooden Shjips, for that ...
Moving Pictures: “Sleepwalkers” by Moon Duo
When Moon Duo introduce "Sleepwalkers" from their forthcoming album on Sacred Bones Records (out 10/2) with a little help from chief yogi, King ...
The Rockometer: Mazes by Moon Duo
The aptly named guitarist Ripley Johnson, rips with the San Francisco psych-rock outfit, Wooden Shjips, and he ...
“When You Cut” by Moon Duo
With Wooden Shjips, guitarist Ripley Johnson plays a big role in shaping the bay area band's extended, krautrock infused jams into the outer mind. ...