Since his tunes come from a place of reflection that also lifts sweat to the ceilings of small venues, we thought we’d send Timothy Wojcik a bunch of homework, and get some insight into his worldview – where the simplest gestures carry metaphysical truths, and where, ultimately, at the bottom of it all is love.
Hand claps, synth glimmers, shameful selfishness, it’s all part of what makes “Can’t Help It” unique, and, even better, slight awkward at times. Baba Stiltz!
“Sense Likes” by Desert creates a feeling that many have thought was lost, but even more are still searching for.
“Go” by Yowler possess a naked vulnerability that engulfs its listener, stirring up emotions that may have long been put to bed.
“Eric’s Basement and Secret Tunnels” by Psymon Spine is the kind of dreamlike track that lingers in your memory, returning only when you least expect it.
In “Malibu” Miley Cyrus is literally and metaphorically growing-out her roots. It’s a fucking wonderful statement on the transience of life. Miley gets it.
A simple piano melody fades in, repeats, and then vocals ripple over top. There is a wash in between, the moment where water begins to cover sand. It’s one of those partly cloudy beach days when senses are just beginning to feel the looming presence of summer. “Sportstar” by (Sandy) Alex G is full of…
For “Freaking Out” we award Juiceboxxx 27 out of 34 volts of ECT.
Guitar, fuzz, and thundering drums steam forward as electricity gathers building the storm that is “Backlash”, the opening track of Stone Garden by Kikagaku Moyo. It’s a force of metal and electrical nature filled with distorted guitar riffs that pull at the strings of your sanity. With the song, the band not only captures your attention, but also an intensity that demands respect.
Souvenir Driver return with their fourth full length studio album. This collection is a self-titled affair, so it makes sense that it truly owns their sound