Could Grizzly Bear Be A Secret Desert Daze Headliner?

The following is purely speculation that derives from an extremely naive state of wishful thinking, but, goddamnit, it’s possible. Hear me out: According to a story-post on the festival’s official Instagram account, an unknown Desert Daze affiliate/organizer attended the highly exclusive Grizzly Bear show Wednesday night at the Moroccan Lounge in Los Angeles; a relatively small venue with a mere 275 person capacity. This particularly … Continue reading Could Grizzly Bear Be A Secret Desert Daze Headliner?

The Five Absolute Worst Screamo Covers On The Internet

Luke 21:25 regarding the end of times: “There will be signs in pop and rock and hip hop, and on the earth dismay among genres, but mostly in perplexity at the roaring of the screams and the breakdowns, men fainting from fear and laughter of the Screamo renditions which are coming upon the world; for the powers of the heavens will be shook. “Then they … Continue reading The Five Absolute Worst Screamo Covers On The Internet

Rinse Culture Presents: Mr. Monotone Paints Music Icons

An art show experience featuring $40 canvas, live music/visuals, and specialty drinks all night long FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE Bare walls in your highly overpriced 2-bedroom apartment got you down? Tired of those black light posters with the torn edges you picked up at the swap meet as a freshman in college? Perhaps you’re a bit more refined and prefer an elegant decor consisting of $3 … Continue reading Rinse Culture Presents: Mr. Monotone Paints Music Icons

Exclusive Interview: We shared beers with The Creation Factory and chatted about influences, 60s Babes, and LSD.

In the current climate of overly specific music genres like “post industrial electro fuzz wave,” it may be considered taboo to refer to a band’s sound and aesthetic simply as “Rock n’ Roll.” However, when a band like The Creation Factory comes along that is so genuinely rooted in the Flower Power era, there’s really no need for fancy terminology or ostentatious labels. They’re a … Continue reading Exclusive Interview: We shared beers with The Creation Factory and chatted about influences, 60s Babes, and LSD.

Presenting The Growlers Six (FKA Beach Goth) Starter Packs

The Growlers are the quintessential Orange Country rock band; the figurehead of the SoCal beach city counter-culture, if you will. A band that is worshipped amongst young, angsty cool kids that, when superimposed with the clean-cut preps that make up the majority of the area, look like fuck ups and burn outs. The native OC five piece make music that is, indeed, a reflection of … Continue reading Presenting The Growlers Six (FKA Beach Goth) Starter Packs

The Failing Pitchfork Times Gave Grizzly Bear’s Album the Same Score as Lil Peep’s. SAD

Yup, they really did. Here’s why that’s absurd. Let’s just start by reflecting on some of the press Pitchfork has recently given to the latest and lamest in the gimmicky rap arena. These mothafuckas ACTUALLY had the gumption to refer to the flash tattoo coated bedroom rapper as “The Future of Emo” and that he has found “the common ground between trap and Third Eye … Continue reading The Failing Pitchfork Times Gave Grizzly Bear’s Album the Same Score as Lil Peep’s. SAD

Rinsed Review: Avey Tare’s Eucalyptus is a Psychedelic Log Ride with Singing Frogs and Shit

If you’re a fan of Animal Collective, freak folk, or psychedelia in general, do yourself a favor and devote your ears to this album in its entirety. I’m not talking about a casual background listen while you’re hard at work browsing through an endless cycle of internet memes you’ve already seen. Eucalyptus needs your undivided attention if you really want to experience its magic. Put … Continue reading Rinsed Review: Avey Tare’s Eucalyptus is a Psychedelic Log Ride with Singing Frogs and Shit