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Divorce Cop - "Cup" | Post-Trash Premiere

Divorce Cop - "Cup" | Post-Trash Premiere

The Portland, ME trio are keeping true to their lo-fi roots however, and with that comes prolific schedules. The band will release a new 7” single on August 23rd via Salty Speakers (Rick Rude, Greed Island) and that ramshackle, this-could-fall-apart-at-any-minute, spirit remains alive and majestic on our first taste of the record, “Cup.”

Don't Try + Black Ribbon - "Split 12"" | Post-Trash Premiere

Don't Try + Black Ribbon - "Split 12"" | Post-Trash Premiere

Sometimes the best way to truly view the scope of sonic assault is to pair different takes on the genre together, which Retratando Voces have done with a split between Don’t Try and Black Ribbon. While one is based in the low-end grit of noise rock dirt, the other takes an electronic approach, but both are equally obliged to demolish eardrums.

Fuzzy Meadows: The Week's Best New Music (August 5th - August 11th)

Fuzzy Meadows: The Week's Best New Music (August 5th - August 11th)

Welcome to FUZZY MEADOWS, where we recap the past week in music. We're sharing our favorite releases of the week in the form of albums, singles, and music videos along with the "further listening" section of new and notable releases from around the web.

Milly - "Talking Secret" | Post-Trash Premiere

Milly - "Talking Secret" | Post-Trash Premiere

“Talking Secret” from young Los Angeles-based upstarts Milly is a true slow-burn that oozes thick, syrupy melodies that unfold at a deliberate but assured pace. The band’s first single on Dangerbird Records is complete with a seemingly straightforward video directed by Logan Rice that matches the song’s delightfully moody atmosphere.

Ruth Garbus - "Beauty" | Post-Trash Premiere

Ruth Garbus - "Beauty" | Post-Trash Premiere

Kleinmeister’s second single, “Beauty,” starts with familiar warm tape hiss and soft, driving guitar. The singing on the song immediately sets it apart, more present and raw than on Garbus’ previous recordings, with swooping delivery that begins slow and deliberate and gradually works in more movement and impulse.

Eerie Wanda - "Hands of the Devil" | Post-Trash Compilation Feature

Eerie Wanda - "Hands of the Devil" | Post-Trash Compilation Feature

“Hands of the Devil” is emblematic of Pet Town as a whole: Tadic’s voice moves in the rhythm of a playground chant, her guitar picked in a lilting, whimsical manner, and the scant handclap percussion giving the recording an intimate, live feel. What I value most about “Hands of the Devil” is how tactile the song feels.

Blazar - "Reach Out" | Album Review

Blazar - "Reach Out" | Album Review

Blazar, a relatively new band, are no strangers to the punk scene. Vocalist Jack Vermillion was once a member of stalwart Tallahassee group Ex-Breathers, while the band’s Nick Derella also shreds in Night Witch. Reach Out is noisy, fast-paced, and thrilling -- a record that grips you from the first chord until finally spitting you out at the last.

Sneeze - "Social Abrasion" | Post-Trash Premiere

Sneeze - "Social Abrasion" | Post-Trash Premiere

Boston trio Sneeze are getting ready to release their third full length album (and fifth release overall), Fin, due out September 13th via Tor Johnson Records. Recorded once again with the renowned Justin Pizzoferrato, the band are honing in their blend of grunge, pop punk, and fuzz, adding a degree of clarity to their expanding dynamics.