Temples – Volcano: Album Review

English rock band Temple is back with their second full-length studio album "Volcano" as they continue to hone their sound in the three years since their critically acclaimed debut album "Sun Structures." Like a sculptor with a piece of clay, Volcano released by Heavenly Records, confirms that this band has learned and grown from their … read more

Interview with Sun And The Wolf: “We’re trying to make it as wonky as possible”

Some nine years ago, a trio of New Zealanders gave up the "borderline success" of their teen rock band and relocated to Berlin to start afresh. In their new environment, they shifted towards psychedelia and experimentation and re-emerged under the moniker Sun And The Wolf. The formation quickly settled in the European scene without never … read more

Our 10 Favourite Songs from Alan Vega and Suicide

"Suicide was never supposed to be entertainment," said Alan Vega. The protopunk pioneer and frontman of Suicide, has died last Saturday at his home at the age of 78. The New York duo, comprised of Vega and Martin Rev, were among the first to describe themselves and their dissonant sound as “punk.” Unsettling and unpolished, Suicide made minimal and stripped down electronic music that sounded like white noise on a black backdrop. They created an atmosphere of anxiety and urgency—like the soundtrack of a movie that will put you on the edge of your seat. … read more

A Talk With Geneva Jacuzzi: “everyone wants to have fun”

Geneva Jacuzzi is the kind of person who is always going around doing things her own way, which is often the opposite of what is usually expected. She’s gone astray from her religious upbringing in a Jehovah’s Witness community and started a life of her own in L.A. When she discovered the avant-garde synth music … read more

Remembering Prince at 19 On The Verge Of Superstardom

The so-called "kid from Minneapolis" was one of the greatest musicians of the 80s and early 90s with hits like "Purple Rain,"When Doves Cry, and "Cream."  With his androgynous-dandy style, his musical genius, and his desire to create his own world, Prince Rogers Nelson was born for the stage. Three months after David Bowie, the world … read more