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
Take our quiz down below to see if you can differentiate the Rinse Culture imposters from the real deal. Echo Park Rising kicks off its 7th year this weekend and invites local musicians and performers to come out and showcase their music to LA’s trendy natives and industry hot shots. Unlike most major festivals, EPR is free and packed with up and coming artists who … Continue reading Echo Park Rising Line Up Quiz: Which of these terrible band names are fake?
We waded through the immense line-up to bring you our favorite artists performing at Echo Park Rising Continue reading Echo Park Rising 2017: Here Are Some Bands You Should See That Don’t Suck
Here’s our hand selected playlist for your Eclipse experience. Continue reading Space Out With Our Indie Rock Soundtrack To The Eclipse
Arcade Fire’s major label debut was conceived upon a platform of marketing gimmicks and consumerist criticism, while simultaneously consisting primarily of half-hearted songs that can be tossed away as easily as they can be ingested. Everything Now, besides being the album title and the front running single, also serves as the fake media outlet intended to push forth satirical social commentary that is aligned with … Continue reading Reviewing Arcade Fire’s new album with painfully outdated memes
Bad haircuts have always been an integral facet of the alternative lifestyle. Lets face it, nothing screams non-conformity quite like a fringe hair do. It’s perhaps the most simple and effective way of conveying your internal weirdness to the external plebeians, and is, indeed, an instrumental player in gaining any sort of artistic clout in gentrified neighborhoods like Williamsburg or Echo Park. Reigning supreme in the … Continue reading The Best Bowl Cuts in Indie Rock
FYF fest returned to USC’s Exposition Park last weekend for an extended 3-day stint, boasting a top-tier lineup for LA’s snooty-est of locals. With talent like Bjork, Frank Ocean, Nine Inch Nails, Slowdive, Flying Lotus, and Mac Demarco, it’s clear that Goldenvoice’s booking agents nailed FYF’s target market of yuppie white people; ranging from early 20’s Instagram junkies to aging hipsters, who have recently settled … Continue reading Overheard FYF