Chris closes out 2015 by interviewing Los Angeles punk rock legend Steven McDonald from the band Redd Kross.
We recently got a Fuchs Full House 50 shipped to our offices and couldn’t wait to try our hands at it! Not too long ago ,zZounds started carrying the boutique builder’s line of amps and effects pedals, and though we’ve all heard great things about Fuchs amps, no one in our department had ever tried […]
The votes were tallied, a winner was crowned, and the zZounds crew flew down to Alabama to shoot a concert by the Birmingham’s own Creature Camp. The band put on a killer set at The Syndicate Lounge, and it was fed to the crowd through the spoils of their victory: A massive QSC rig consisting of 2 […]
Between the Buried and Me was one of the first heavy bands I started listening to. My brother often was the one to show me new music growing up, so I was constantly getting an influx of different bands. I first got into these guys in 2007 when they where just getting ready […]
This week's guest is Rhett Miller, singer/songwriter/guitarist for alt-country legends Old 97's!
You might remember one of my earlier posts about Celine Neon’s self-titled album that came out earlier this year. Much to my delight, this grungy pop duo (comprised of Emily Nejad and Maggie Kubley) hasn’t lost momentum yet. On their Facebook page recently, they described themselves as “bubblegum pop for bad girls” — a description […]
Press play on Maserati’s latest album, Rehumanizer, and you’ll instantly be taken back to the futuristic sci-fi sounds of the past. With heavy synthesizer work in tow, the Athens, Georgia-based band moves their own sound forward, while keeping a heavy anchor in the bloops and bleeps of the ’70s and ’80s. Seriously, a few songs […]
If, you’ve traveled our world wide web recently, you’ve probably run into videos like these. Videos where someone is either whispering in a very soft voice, brushing something, or tapping at some other thing. These videos are now known as a new type of content named for the physical feelings they produce: autonomous sensory meridian […]
Thanksgiving is coming up quick, and along with it comes that odd phenomenon that happens when stay in your childhood home again and spend time with family and old-friends: a sort of relapse back to your old self, picking up old habits, talking the way you used to talk and feeling (at least partially) the way you […]