Wayne Coyne is humming the lyrics to Destiny's Child's 'Survivor.' After doing hot yoga outside a South Carolina venue, he's drenched in ethereal sweat from what we assume was a rousing session of crane poses. "It's freezing on this bus because the air conditioner's on maximum," he tells Diffuser.fm, chatting by phone while trying to turn down the blasting cold air. "But I'm gonna survive."
"I'm afraid of the blank page," Surrogate's frontman Chris Keene sings on the band's new single. It's a phrase that echoes through the hearts of all writers and creators across the globe. Thankfully, the California group has found a way to tackle the 'Blank Page' -- by firing a wall of distortion-heavy chords at it.
Loudness is the new religion, and Connecticut's Ovlov is fully embracing its ear-splitting dogma. The band's song 'Nu Punk' employs Nirvana-era fuzz, brutal bass and a modern take on rock singing. It's exactly what you need right now, as you sit in your cubicle brooding about spreadsheets.
We might be in the midst of a blues renaissance. Ever since Ohio rockers the Black Keys started churning out hot-fuzz lead lines in the mid-2000s, more and more American bands have gotten reacquainted with their distortion pedals.
Minneapolis duo Champion Ships is an electronic collaboration between two unlikely friends -- Garrison Grouse and Samuel Spadino. The latter is an actor, writer and stand-up comedian, while Grouse has been funkifying the Minnesota scene for years.
Terraplane Sun are a bunch of young lads from Venice Beach, Calif., who specialize in melodic and rowdy blues rock. Their single 'Tell Me I'm Wrong' commences with a clean "L.A." beat but progresses into a folky rocker with bark that's equal to its bite.
Ever heard of the Pedaljets? Well, they're important, so listen up! Hailing from Lawrence, Kan., the Pedaljets are one of those "missing link" bands between the angsty drunkenness of the Replacements and the all-out grunge rock of Nirvana. It's been 23 years since they put out an album, but that's all about to change.
Rural bands often have a bit of the woods in them. Hudson Valley's own Last Good Tooth certainly fit this description. Their latest single, 'What's What I Do,' follows an odd meter, has an odd name and whispers like the wind through the lush foliage of the Northeast. Thankfully, the band's folky stylings proved unique enough to win the favor of Team Love records, which put out their debut record, 'Not Without Work and Rest.'
Surprising things are always coming out of Canada (I’m looking at you Rob Ford), including some of North America’s best rock ‘n’ roll bands. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, is home to Paper Lions -- and we’re pretty sure they’re going to be big.
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