Our editors’ favorite label is bringing three of their raddest bands to Red 7 this weekend as part of their Sargent House Tour. We’re giving away a pair of tickets. Enter the drawing now.
You’re in love with Sargent House darling Chelsea Wolfe. We too are in love with Chelsea Wolfe. Win tickets to see her live at Mohawk for free with a friend or “luva.” Thanks us later.
Austin-based hyper-kinetic duo Zorch have released their album ‘Zzoorrcchh’ via popular tastemaker label Sargent House. Get to know the duo before checking them out with Minus The Bear and Tera Melos next month at Emo’s. Tell them we sent you.
This one is for you Sargent House fan boys (and girls). SF black metal faves Deafheaven are performing a headlining concert at Red 7 this weekend with Marriages. We’re giving away a pair of tickets to one of our lucky Red River Noise readers. If you win, your ears will thank you.
All you Omar Rodríguez-López worshipers and Volta heads get excited. Bosnian Rainbows is coming to Red 7 this week and we have two tickets to give away to one of you lucky nerds. Red this post to find out how you could win.
Arena-sized riffs and tropical-like melodies? Yeah, that’s what And So I Watch You From Afar is all about. Their new track, ‘Big Thinks Do Remarkable’ might just be the next indie rock anthem. The band’s new album ‘All Hail Bright Futures’ drops March 19.
Legendary Japanese trio Boris announced a series of U.S. headlining residencies that begin at Austin Psych Fest in April. We’re more than ready.
Canadian power-duo Indian Handcrafts will be dropping their sophomore album, Civil Disobedience For Losers, on Oct. 30
Promo photo by Mike Garten. Post-punk group Fang Island are a bunch of teases. Having recently announced their new album, Major, the only sample the group has given fans, is a couple teaser videos featuring only a few seconds of album-opener “Kindergarten” and “Seek It Out.” Although short they sounds great; known for the guitar-driven […]
Where Red Sparowes prides itself in Tool/Sonic Youth-esque, instrumental-driven flourishes, offshoot band Marriages finds refuge in a soft, experimental abyss, with vocalist/guitarist Emma Ruth Rundle providing somber narratives that float through the darkness. The group’s forthcoming debut, Kitsune will be released soon by Sargent House, and in anticipation of that the group has released “Ten […]
Promo photo by Andy Patch. If Tera Melos could be compared to any character from one of their favorite TV shows, The Simpsons, it would have to be a tie between Bart Simpson and Krusty the Clown. There’s traces of punk, thrash rebellion in their frenetic riffs, accompanied by odd time signatures and quirky transitions […]
Big Sir fans rejoice: the moment you have all been waiting for has finally happened. Big Sir, the collaboration between The Mars Volta’s Juan Alderete and singer-songwriter Lisa Papineau (commonly known as a contributing vocalist to group M83) have released their latest album, Before Gardens After Gardens, worldwide today. The album is streaming in its […]
Promo photo by Chris Strong. When Russian Circles made their debut with 2006’s Enter, the instrumental rock group proved themselves as musical innovators, fusing soothing melodies with heavy discordance. Having returned with their fourth and heaviest album to date, Empros, the band is preparing a spring tour that will leave faces melted. What separates the […]
Promo photo by Marianne Williams. Big Sir just cannot stop teasing us. The collaborative effort between The Mars Volta bassist Juan Alderete and singer/songwriter Lisa Papineau, first gave us the Bjork-friendly pop gem, “Ready On the Line,” and now the duo returns with “Our Pleasant Home.” Taken from their forthcoming album, Before Gardens After Gardens, […]
Promo photo by Marianne Williams. There is an euphoric pleasure that can be discovered in Big Sir’s music. From Juan Alderete’s fluid and fretless bass, slithering smoothly over electronic snare hits and explosive percussion, to Lisa Papineau’s eerily enchanting vocal delivery, this electronic, experimental collaboration between The Mars Volta musician and occasional M83 vocalist, has […]
Garage-punk trio Le Butcherettes cannot, and will not be stopped. From opening for The Dead Weather and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, to performing alongside rock heavyweights Deftones and The Dillinger Escape Plan, the group has made a strong following for themselves. Currently, the trio is working on a followup to last year’s Sin Sin Sin. […]
The El Paso, TX quintet Zechs Marquise is not your average family affair. Featuring Rikardo, Marcel and Marfred Rodriguez-Lopez (yes, there are more), Zechs Marquise have solidified themselves as foot-soldiers fighting for psychedelic, hip-hop influenced prog-rock. From Marcel’s J. Dilla-inspired drum beats, to the Santana-esque guitar passages of Matthew Wilkson and Marcos Smith, the group […]
Just when you thought Sargent House had gotten their dynamic duo fix with Hella, think again. Combining the technical skill of their Northern California counterparts, with the power rock riffs of Death From Above 1979, Toronto’s Indian Handcrafts delivers with unrelentingly gritty melodies, accompanied by the intertwined vocal deliveries of drummer/vocalist Brandyn James Aikins, and […]
Review by Brett Thorne. Photos by Kristie Bocanegra. Emo’s was a sad site on Wednesday. By all appearances the place was hopping just like any other show on any other night but under the surface everyone was thinking the same sad thought: I wish RX Bandits would stick together and stay on the road. When […]
Philadelphia’s indie singer-songwriter trio Good Old War announced that will play ten shows with Alison Krauss in June before joining Gomez for four east coast dates. Good Old War has built a considerable following over the past year as support for artists like Joshua Radin, Brandi Carlile, Dr. Dog, Xavier Rudd and Guster. You may […]