Tag Archives | Post-Punk

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Cold Cave with Black Marble and Choir Boy at the Sunset Tavern

Show Date: June 1, 2018

One of my favorite newer post-punk groups, Black Marble, faced some unfortunate technical difficulties with a malfunctioning synthesizer — a fact which the band members seemed only too well aware of — though they trudged through, if not for the all-too-eager audience’s sake. (The band’s last Seattle show had been at Neumos in May of ’17.) […]

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Recommended all ages show: The Thermals @Neumos {Friday, 1/21}

[Video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8EgeecG1Eh0] Another discovery via my boyfriend – I love, love, LOVE the way this Portland band rocks my socks off! I can’t really put a label on what they do (they call it indie/alternative/pop-post-punk, so I guess they can’t either), all I know is: it is awesome. Watching them live in this KEXP video at […]

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"Cool" – Pylon

As we all know, commercial success doesn't necessarily define the greatness of a band. Athens, Georgia has produced some very influential bands, R.E.M. being the most recognized of those. An influence to them, and a major part of that once burgeoning scene, was Pylon. Formed out of the University of Georgia, Randy Bewley and Michael […]

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