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Stray Monroe- ‘Momentary Vertigo’ EP Review

With a more mature sound rooted in alternative rock with classic 60s undertones, ‘Momentary Vertigo’ sets this local San Diego band apart from the rest.


“Winters of my Youth” – BBQ Pope Review

“Winters of my Youth”, starts off with a slow melody, but soon gives you no room to breathe and makes you want to hop into the center of a mosh pit to just thrash around. With a vibe that combines the angst of SWMRS and the placidity of Mt. Eddy, you can’t help but feel right at home. With lyrics, “Texting you at 2am / Cause I just want to be your friend” and “Waking up at 9am / I start to glance over our texts / Some things were said, some things were read”, BBQ Pope are not only relatable, but catchy and satirical.

Blend Inn – Hockey Dad Album Reivew

With their newly released sophomore album, Blend Inn, the band has managed to retain many of their signature sounds, while also conveying a more introspective manner among their playful grooves.

Of Ennui on Latest Release: Tone Poems

I recently sat down with Brian Strauss and Christian Cate of the San Diego local band Of Ennui to talk about their latest release, Tone Poems.  If you’re a fan of heavy, melodic, atmospheric, moody shoegaze jams then this band is for you. Keep reading for photos and interview.