HUNX AND HIS PUNX have returned with Street Punk—a new album filled with the catchiest and most hateful punk songs heard in eons. Street Punk is an unrelenting tour de force, echoing early 80s hardcore, 90s grrl sounds, Darby Crash on helium, and the female answer to The Misfits. After members dropping like flies and […]
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Photos & Review by Rosie Judd Special Guests: Del Venicci & Shannon and the Clams Being new to the world of Mikal Cronin, I wasn’t sure what to expect from his show at the Earl on Sunday night. School nights can be tricky in Atlanta. Sometimes a Sunday night crowd can be just as enthusiastic […]
By Jhoni Jackson Now on his second LP, Mikal Cronin has fully escaped the confines of being simply “Ty Segall’s bandmate.” He’s been at it for a few years now, but MCII solidifies Cronin as a luminary crooner in the garage-pop realm. The album is contemplative and compelling, replete with energetic jams like “Change” and […]
What started as an open mic project for a shy, young Shannon Shaw (vocals, bass), to try out some tunes ended with the Clams’ meeting and forming a band, Shannon and the Clams, comprised of Shaw, Cody Blanchard (vocals, guitar) and Ian Amberson (drums, vocals). Haunting yet beautiful growls emanate from the band’s two lead […]
By Michael Koenig (http://vacantmoon.viewbook.com/ ) Full gallery after the jump.