If during grade school you loved teenage mutant ninja turtles, had the super cutest little girl friend that was only a friend and you both talked about your crush on Donatello and Michaelangelo...
YellowFever is a name you should already know. The Austin band released a quite solid self-titled LP earlier this year through Vivian Girl's Wild World label. The boy/girl duo do liquid smooth, minimal (call it garage if you like) rock accented by Jennifer Moore's sedated, not-sooooo-girly vocals. They've now released a 6-song EP "Bermuda Triangle," and we got the title track for your downloading pleasure:
Calling this "Best New Music" may be misleading considering "Be Brave" comes from the Austin band's similarly-named sophomore LP--released waaaay back in February. But in my defense if this the first time you've heard The Strange Boys then it is surely "new" to you and it follows that it'll probably be one the "best" songs you've heard in a while.
White Mystery is basically Miss Alex White and The Red Orchestra with a shorter name and less band members. Two, to be exact. And to be even more precise, (Miss) Alex White and brother (Mister) Francis. On their self-titled debut the Windy City relatives put up walls of sound that are louder, faster, heavy, fuzzier, and altogether dirtier than anything we've heard from the Red Orchestra.
Three years in the making, Paul’s Tomb: A Triumph marks Frog Eyes’ thunderous, frantic, fiery return.