Vis Vires features members of The Templars, The Hardknocks, and Bovver Wonderland. The Wolves may be their debut four track EP, but they are no rookies and this album full of hardcore street punk anthems, will commandeer your attention.
House of Sugar — (Sandy) Alex G’s ninth overall album and his third for Domino — emerges as his most meticulous, cohesive album yet: a statement of artistic purpose, showing off his ear for both persistent ear worms and sonic adventurism.
Photo Credit: Tonje Thilesen
With harmonies storming in from the West and rhythms shaking loose from the American songbook, this band packs folk, country, banda, and blues into a wobbly wagon on a cross-country trip bound for butt-shaking happiness.
Tune in to The Graduates Tuesday December 3rd @ 9AM for an interview with Katie Keliiaa from the Department of Ethnic Studies at UC Berkeley.
On Monday, December 2nd @12:30PM, Helen Earth interviews East Bay Alternative Book and Zine Fest (EBABZ) organizers, Jill and Maira about the fest's 10th Anniversary and the relevance of zines as underground publications for activists, artists, and writers in search for total creative freedom and publishing options.
Formed in San Francisco in 2010 and co-fronted by Rancid’s Lars Frederiksen and Casey Watson (ex-Never Healed), The Old Firm Casuals deal in brash, belligerent and bouncy Oi! punk.