Hello Tumblr world,
It’s me again. I wanted to talk about a few bands that I’m digging as of late because I think they’re pretty good (and you might too!).
1. Libyans - I heard them for the first time last weekend and now I’m hooked. Awesome girl-fronted punk rock and now I want all their records.
2. Massachusetts Is A Coffin comp - 37 songs. All MA bands. Get it.
3. NIght Birds - They actually aren’t a new band and I’ve been listening to them for a while, but their Midnight Movies 7” came out and I still don’t have it. That is a problem. I am getting it tomorrow and I’m sure it will be good.
Go to record stores and get music from local bands and go to shows and support DIY spaces! I can’t stress that enough - or you can even go start a band, put out a record, make a zine, or start a space yourself!
Hey guys! As you all have seen, I have an immense love for music so I created a new blog dedicated to uploading Indie/underground/local tracks daily. If you have any suggestions on what bands/rappers/artists I should post, please follow www.indietrack.tumblr.com and suggest something in my ask box.
Thanks for following! :)
- Sherelle xoxo
I was looking through Bandcamp yesterday and came across a band called Reconcile. I gave them a listen, and I think they’re actually pretty good! They’re a straight edge hardcore band from Buenos Aires…they kinda remind me of Guns Up! but that’s just me. (If you ask me to compare bands, you will likely get a really strange answer. I’m sorry.) Anyways, you can listen to their stuff on their bandcamp, http://reconcilehardcore.bandcamp.com/album/reconcile.
I’m gonna try to find a hard copy of their album, porque me gusta mucho esta banda.
-xRANITRONx (my super tough straight edge name….not. I just wanted to sound like a robot).
WTBU will be at the Records and Zines Distro Fair on February 12. If you’re in the Boston area, I highly suggest coming to this fair! There’s gonna be some awesome local record distros, local zinesters, and alternative publishers there (so you can learn and get some new music!). Support local music, independent zines, and alternative literature!