Recently, preacher at The First Church of Fuzz, Ty Segall released his tightly packed sermon, Manipulator, an album that I plan on talking more about later. Today, the album’s title-track received an interactive video. You can personalize almost all aspects of the video, so feel free to play around over at Segall’s website. Or, you can watch the “director’s playthrough” below. But why would you want to do that? Don’t do that. Enjoy.
Welcome to the best place to find hot Orlando-area singles. Today we have two young bachelors who call themselves: The Welzeins. These charming men won’t use roses and chocolate to sweep you off your feet; they prefer shit, sugar, and raw beef. Enjoy.
The Welzeins are a greasy two-piece who specialize in fuzz-filled surf rock. “Shit and Sugar” is the first single from their debut album, which is scheduled to be released sometime this year. The song is essentially a bare-bones garage rock tune, filled to the brim with crunchy guitars and primal screams. Tomorrow, The Welzeins are playing their first show with new drummer Matt Wassum at some random dude’s house. It’s definitely going to be a good times, so come on out. Bring your dads!
Welcome to The Vinyl Warhol’s Countdown to Bonnaroo. If you’re attending Bonnaroo, or any music festival this summer, then you know the vitality of making an air tight schedule. With well over a hundred acts taking one of 13 stages, you’re bound to (or should I say “Bound 2,” ‘cuz Yeezus) see an artist or a artist or band you have little-to-no knowledge of. Well The VW is here to help you find some great talent to fit into that schedule. I’ll be previewing a new act with their set time/place for the next 30 days leading up to Bonnaroo. Welcome friends, we’re “Bound 2” have many adventures. Enjoy.
The Orwells – Friday, June 13, 5:20 P.M. – New Music on Tap Lounge
Similar Bonnaroo Sounds: Ty Segall, Those Darlins, Cage the Elephant
If you like noisy, cheerful, engaging garage rock music with pop hooks, then I suggest you check out The Orwells. Their debut full-length Remember When came out in 2012, but the group really started making waves last year with the EP, Who Needs You. Now is the perfect time to see them, right as their starting to come up, before they explode (perhaps literally). Their set ends at 6:20 p.m., so if you’re seeing Vampire Weekend or CHVRCHES at 7:30, you’ll have apt time to get a decent spot. If you need further verification from The Orwells, take a peak at their performance on Late Show with David Letterman. See you tomorrow.