by Jeff Dunn “I don’t wanna talk, talk, talk anymore than we have to,” croons Sal Fratto on Sebastian Bauer, the second track from Elephant Jake’s LP “Classic.” released March 17, 2017, on Wreck It Records. As the line would imply, Fratto and Colin Harrison cut straight to the point on “Classic.”, blending that… Continue reading Elephant Jake makes the most of discomfort with “Classic.”
This week (or, several weeks ago because I have a slow turnaround rate) on Finding Emo: we play some new tracks from Elephant Jake's album "Classic.", out on Wreck It Records and No Moms No Rules records now. We had the pleasure of hosting Sal Fratto and Colin Harrison on the show, and they gave… Continue reading Finding Emo 4/4/17: Elephant Jake, the Mom-mobile, and the Tale of Sebastian Bauer
by Jeff Dunn On March 15, Nik and I had the pleasure of playing a few tracks from the recently released “Precious, Endless” EP from Connecticut post-hardcore five-piece Mineva. “Thematically, they address stages of grief and dealing with different loss that we dealt with in our personal lives,” bassist Peter Strockowski told us on-air. “There’s… Continue reading Mineva’s “Precious, Endless” a cathartic expression of reflection
Tracks from Mineva, O Pioneers!! and Bomb the Music Industry!'s split, Alaska, The Anniversary and more
While we’re all still reeling from the nightmare that was 2016, give a listen to some albums that didn’t make a huge splash in the moment.
How TWIABP's fluid lineup has allowed them to grow from the pioneers of the Emo Revival to a more refined indie sound.
Isaac Brock was right. In the album released by Modest Mouse The Lonesome Crowded West, Brock predicted the now-inevitable metropolitan megalopolis that will end the Seattle-Tacoma area as we know it.