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Published on August 1st, 2013

Black Onassis has announced that it will release their debut album, Desensitized, on September 23rd. A track from the album entitled “Brain” was just released via the band’s SoundCloud. A »

Published on February 14th, 2013

“Just Like I Want To” is a love song by multi-instrumentalist Andi Kristins. It’s no coincidence that she is releasing her latest tune on Valentine’s Day. “In Icelandic there is »

Published on October 24th, 2012

On Wednesday, October 10th, I spoke on the phone with Chris Karloff of Black Onassis. Our conversation took place ahead of their concert at The Mercury Lounge in New York »

Published on September 20th, 2012

Anthony Mullin, guitarist of New York City rock band The Blackfires, spoke with The New Philadelphia about “Grapeshot,” the group’s first official single from their upcoming debut release. The Blackfires are »

Published on June 18th, 2012

Over the course of twenty-three years, Icelandic musician Andi Kristins has lived all over the world, from Kenya and Japan, to Pakistan and Zimbabwe. It should come as no surprise »

Published on May 29th, 2012

There is a Rock n’ Roll famine in the music world today due to the domination of the electronic music scene. However, if you’re looking for an organic head banging »

Published on February 12th, 2012

Cat’s Eyes are storytellers, a rock n’ roll band featuring Faris Badwan of The Horrors and multi-instrumentalist Rachel Zeffira. They sing about something, or someone. The subject matter and tone of their »

Published on September 19th, 2011

Serge Pizzorno said that Velociraptor!, Kasabian‘s latest album, is “epic.” The question is: Well, is it? Is Velociraptor! an epic album? Is Velociraptor!, as some have claimed, a modern day classic? Kasabian welcome »

Published on June 22nd, 2011

Living Things recently released seven free downloadable songs from Malocchio, their upcoming triple album due later this year. These seven songs are an eclectic collection of tunes, and in no small »

Published on April 13th, 2011

The Raveonettes aren’t afraid of using their music to explore dark subject matters. Still, Raven in the Grave stands out as a more musically and lyrically intense work for the »