Terra Naomi on How to Spread Love in a World Threatened by Hate

Terra Naomi on How to Spread Love in a World Threatened by Hate

Feb 14, 2018

A month ago, I was beyond touched by the release of “Machine Age” by Terra Naomi. The extremely well-written and thoughtful political┬ásong made me a huge fan of the songwriter and I wanted to know more about her. Terra Naomi became well known after releasing “Say It’s Possible” on YouTube in 2006. Now, she focuses on the release of...

An Interview with the Main Horsehead, Texacala Jones

An Interview with the Main Horsehead, Texacala Jones

Feb 12, 2018

Texacala Jones of Tex & the Horseheads was an LA punk during the prime. Together with Jeffrey Lee Pierce, they had interests outside of just punk music. Inspired by the scene around them but drawing on country music, Tex & the Horseheads developed a deathrock aesthetic with a cowpunk sound. Texacala Jones was kind enough to answer some questions about...

“Machine Age” by Terra Naomi

“Machine Age” by Terra Naomi

Jan 21, 2018

Wow, talk about haunting; this song will change you. “Machine Age” by Terra Naomi is the voice that all women need right now. This amazingly thoughtful song was written as a year reflection on the election of Donald Trump. Listening to this hit me the way people must have been hit by hearing Joan Baez or Bob Dylan for the first time. If I’m...

“Sha La La” by Selene Vigil

“Sha La La” by Selene Vigil

Jan 21, 2018

Selene Vigil, lead singer of 7 Year Bitch, released an ep at the end of 2017 aptly named Tough Dance. “Sha La La,” the opening track literally can’t be described as anything other than a tough dance. Vigil’s vocals are raw and ready, driving and heavy; to put it simply, they are tough. As the guitars pick up, the song picks up into a...

Liza Colby on the Evolution of The Liza Colby Sound

Liza Colby on the Evolution of The Liza Colby Sound

Nov 16, 2017

Liza Colby of The Liza Colby Sound was born to be a musician. “Both of my parents are professional musicians… They met because my dad was trying out for my mom’s band and he didn’t make it in,” Liza laughs. However, a few years later her mom, Beverly Rohlehr, was ready to do something new and asked John Colby to produce it....