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CANSHAKER PI (live)
«For those who dwell among the regions of wonky slacker rock, there’s almost no higher praise than the patronage of Pavement’s high priest Stephen Malkmus. That was bestowed on Amsterdam’s Canshaker Pi last year when the legend stepped up for production duties on the band’s self-titled debut album. Now the group are back with ‘Pressure From Above’, and you can see why some of music’s greats are on board.
A blustering romp of fuzzy guitars, big joyously off-kilter guitars and needling riffs, it’s a barely-contained sprint of indie rock (in the purest sense of the term) that hardly pauses for breath.» — DIY
VERONICA BIANQUI (live)
«L.A. singer-songwriter Veronica Bianqui's ’60s-tinged music is irrepressibly colorful and upbeat, even when her subject matter isn't. So it's no surprise that her latest single, „Victim“ is as bewitchingly melodic as anything she's ever released, even though there's a tragic story behind its release.» — LA WEEKLY
«The 3 piece are a chaotic fit of rage forced into a minimalistic style post punk riot and a joy to behold. The bands new single ‘Puppetmaster’ is an inspection into the mind control ideology of our day to day social media lives. The dark incisive lyrics form a picture of how we are being pulled on strings all through an epic post punk fight between guitar and bass riffs. The build to the aggressive chorus is pure anarchy while the outro is Fat Whites esque mayhem with every instrument seemingly fighting their way to the front of the pack.» — SO YOUNG
Playing… Tame Impala, Arctic Monkeys, Beck, Wolf Alice, Fat White Family, Pond, Iggy & The Stooges, The Big Moon, Warpaint, Black Honey, The Magic Gang, New Order, The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Peace, Le Tigre, Ramones, Bowie, Blondie, Yak, Cherry Glazerr, Foals, QOTSA, Supergrass, Superfood, The Cure, The Orwells, The Smiths, LCD Soundsystem, Blur and more