Morgan and Shredder from Argentavis stopped by to talk about the band, their new record, tour and the always crucial question: DIY or die?
Argentavis is back from another year long hiatus to kick off their South West tour in Santa Rosa. This is your one chance to catch them this year and pick up the new self titled record, Friday at 8 PM at 3 Disciples Brewery 501 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa. Welcome Brian back to town in style!
With guitars that sound like pre-Joshua Tree U2 and vocals that imitate the goth styles of the 80’s Cold Showers soar to new heights on this outstanding track
#9 Tacocat – New World
Chunky, perky power chords bubble throughout this power-pop cum pop-punk jam that will leave the most jaded punks compelled to hop on the spot
#8 Whitney – Giving Up
Whitney returns from their well deserved break with another summer-ready cut that sounds like it comes transmitted from a forgotten 70’s soft rock AM station
#7 Hatchie – Her Own Heart
KRJF highlighted artist Hatchie has finally released her full length debut just in time for the summer and this standout from the album is the perfect soundtrack to long days spent on the river
#6 Anna of the North – Thank Me Later
AOTN continues to keep her listeners on their feet by genre hopping between various styles of synth-driven pop while always maintaining an excruciating level of cool, calm and collected
#5 NO WIN – Being Teen
Maybe we are biased since Danny of NO WIN came by the KRJF offices this week, but make no mistake: NO WIN’s new album downey is already a contender of album of the year and this track makes a solid case for this argument
#4 Tony Molina – Not the Way To Be
San Mateo County’s reining king of rock continues to show his flair for introducing big ideas in small spaces by putting together a power-pop masterpiece that’s barely over a minute long
#3 Faye Webster – Right Side of My Neck
Faye Webster is having a hell of a year and tracks like Right Side of My Neck show off why we have a lot to look forward for this rising artist that draws equally from 70’s RnB and 90’s indie pop
#2 Patience – The Girls are Chewing Gum
Inspired by 80’s Italo disco, Patience delivers one deliciously catchy heartbreaker of a song that will refuse to leave once it gets inside your head
#1 Drab Majesty – Oxytocin
What can be said? The king of goth delivers another earth shattering masterpiece that has enough dark synth energy to make this summer feel like winter has returned
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