Oakland-based garage trio Shannon and the Clams released their new music video for their single “Point of Being Right.” The video comes in lieu of their new album and upcoming tour which includes multiple Texas tour dates.
Oakland favorites Shannon and the Clams are throwing some new music our way this fall. Keep on reading and don’t miss out on listening to their newest single “Corvette.”
Portland-based duo Pure Bathing Culture and Seattle’s La Luz are taking over Red 7’s inside stage on Jan. 27. We are hooking up one of you sensitive bastards with a pair of tickets to the show. Click on this link for details.
Ever seen a gorilla playing drums with fried chicken drumsticks? Garage-rock trio Shannon and the Clams do just that in their new music video for “Rat House” from their album ‘Dreams in the Rat House’
Some of the best friendships bloom from an initial dislike for one another. For indie garage punk band Shannon and the Clams, this led to not only a great friendship but a successful musical project, as well.
Written by Kathy Garin. Promo photo by Sarah Creighton. Seattle’s alluring quartet TacocaT have meowed the world with their charming personalities and adoration of cats and tacos. The boisterous foursome has graced the stage with many bands including Best Coast, Vivian Girls, and Leslie and the Lys. Embracing the culturally popular cat fascination, the pop-punk […]
Promo photo by Suzy Poling. Hairdresser by day, flamboyant rock star by night, Seth Bogart, commonly known as Hunx, has made a name for himself as the sole proprietor of the ‘Hairdresser Pop’ movement. What does it exactly mean? Not even Bogart himself knows, but his branch of jangling, pop-rock has hit a nerve in […]
Three piece indie-pop band, Shimmering Stars, hails from Vancouver, British Columbia. The band formed in 2010 after lead vocalist, Rory McClure, became inspired by old footage of the Everly Brothers, and recorded a few demos in his parent’s garage. Shimmering Stars has kept the influence of the music from the decades of ’50s and ’60s, […]