As the Bionic Monks prep a new album, they continue to take their ecstatic live show on the road
Have you experienced a Bionic Monks show? If you have then you will understand what I am writing. If you have not, then you need to understand because it simply is the best
Noêta challenges your senses through paranoia, anxiety and darkness on Beyond Life and Death
Can ideas formulate without thinking about them? Noêta thinks so. Taken from Greek philosophy, the band name churns dark ambient like a meditative ritual. In the Hindu Creation Hymn, there was nothing and then there was an
Soul Scratch is on fire with debut album out January 13 on Colemine Records
Is the Neo Soul movement still a thing? It began its final glow in the early 2010s with hints of a spark. But when Sharon Jones passed away late last year, it felt like the last ember
Silent Planet Turns Indianapolis Into Sound with Stop at Old National Centre
For Silent Planet, it was like the calm before the storm. The band had been driving for 20 hours and the simple pleasures of feeling various extremities were becoming a distant memory; mobility was at an all time low.
Return of the Dreads Tour with Rob Zombie, Korn and In This Moment
In a sea of smoke, In This Moment, kicked off the Return of the Dreads stop at Klipsch Music Center. Donned in masks and body paint, the band made way for the center stage entrance of Maria Brink,
The Bacon Brothers is Part of This Year's Indiana State Fair Line Up
Growing up in the eighties, Kevin Bacon was something of a role model to many of my friends and I. We always rushed out to see the newest Bacon-starring movie as soon as it came out. From his epically
Not Blood Paint's summa musicas
How to you define an undefinable band? That's the question I'm left with after listening to the new album Believing Is Believing from Not Blood Paint. Not since the early Red Hot Chili Peppers albums of my youth have I heard such an eclectic blending of
An Interview and Pictorial with Mother Feather
Festivals are a great way to discover new bands. This years Vans Warped Tour was no exception and the one I looked forward to most was making their debut on their first national tour. New York's Mother Feather, who performed on the Full Sail
Laser Dreamz and Death Machines is Selective Memory's column that looks deep into the world of synth and ambient music. This installment dives into the work of Gandalf's Owl.
Deep in the Abyss with Gandalf's Owl
Gandalf's Owl is the work of Gandolfo Ferro, a Sicilian singer and musician who has been
Dot Dash Goes Gritty with Searchlights
Dot Dash makes a wild escape from their previous escapade and the pumped-up pop of Earthquakes & Tidal Waves. The follow-up amps up their raw spirit on Searchlights, a new album that exploits the gritty factions of punk prose that stems from their founding.
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