Suburban Living on Selective Memory

Suburban Living—How To Be Human

Philly’s Suburban Living Releases their Best Album Yet Suburban Living How To Be Human Egghunt Records Links: Official Site | Bandcamp | Egghunt Records It’s not that it has been over three years since Suburban Living conceptualized new material, it’s that it’s been over three years since Suburban Living dropped … Read More ›

Royal Trux on Selective Memory

Royal Trux – White Stuff Review

Royal Trux – White Stuff ★★★★   It felt like a shock wave punching me in the face when Royal Trux announced that after fifteen years they would break an unspoken hiatus. I thought we had left Royal Trux back in the ‘90s covered with disenfranchised rock and roll dust. … Read More ›

L7 on Selective Memory

L7 is Hungry Again with Vinyl Re-Issue

Real Gone Music Re-issues L7’s Hungry For Stink on vinyl In 1994, people were wafting on the effects of bands like The Breeders and Luscious Jackson. Kim Gordon was giving the ‘90s power stance on “Bull In the Heather,” while Kathleen Hannah propelled a riot grrl revolution with Pussy Whipped. … Read More ›

Aztec Camera on Selective Memory

Aztec Camera – High Land, Hard Rain

Donimo Records Re-Releases Aztec Camera’s Essential Album High Land, Hard Rain It’s 2014 and we are embarking on some critical 30th anniversary anniversaries. Depeche Mode’s Some Great Reward, Echo and the Bunnymen’s Porcupine, and The Smith’s self-titled were just a few albums to dominate the European alternative markets. This year, … Read More ›

Cheetahs on Selective Memory

Cheetahs – Cheetahs

Cheatahs Cheatahs Wichita Recordings ★★★ What was I saying? Oh yes…Cheatahs! My apologies for getting off topic. As we listen through their self-titled album, you can clearly see it is easy to become distracted by their sonic sound. You kind of forget where you are as easily as you forget … Read More ›