Posts Tagged ‘grunge’

Dinosaur Pile-Up – Eleven Eleven

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Recording in Strange Places is perhaps a more fitting title to Dinosaur Pile-Up’s new album Eleven Eleven. The reason I say this is because the first single, 11:11, was recorded (of all the more logical places) on a boat. A video of this nautical jam session can be found through VEVO.

Joyous Wolf – Mountain Man

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It’s safe to say that today’s youth, are more open-minded than ever. Even so, a great many of them have a taste for little more than what’s current on the charts when it comes to music. I remember being one of not more than three or four kids in my high school graduating class that […]

Deepshade – Time

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Does anything truly shock us anymore? In the age of Internet, it’s doubtful. It seems that every form of taboo imaginable has already been covered in the entertainment industry in some form. Still, it takes guts to challenge religion, and from what I can gather, Deepshade’s video for Time does exactly that.

Kinky Rhino – Garage Roque

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The first thing that comes to mind when I listen to anything by Kinky Rhino is that kid from my high school with the shaggy hair and leather cuff bracelets. The one that you just knew went home at 3:00pm everyday and plugged his guitar into his amp and rocked until his mom made him […]

Sami Chohfi – Blue Helix, Teaching and STP

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Sami Chohfi, the lead vocalist of Blue Helix sat down for a phone interview with Creative Control. Chohfi shed light on his past, his Grunge rock influences, and provided some enlightening details on the band and its creative process.

Blue Helix – A Tale of Two Halves

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If you think long and hard about it, is there any other place in the U.S. with a more prestigious history of alternative rock than the state of Washington? In the ‘90s, the revered Grunge genre sprang forth and gave the world some its most unforgettable acts. The state produced Nirvana, Stone Temple Pilots, Mudhoney, […]

Tripod

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Hard rock/stoner metal/grunge rock all kind of bleed together. While these genres are slightly different, they’re also kind of similar. Norway’s Tripod takes this opportunity to show a lot of range with these, even branching into a softer side. Their upcoming album “Devil Feeder” will showcase this expertise in blending genres.

Interview with Dozers

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A few months ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Dozers, a grunge band hailing from Melbourne, Australia. Unfortunately, they didn’t get to do a show here in San Francisco (boo), but the guys did agree to combine forces to answer a few questions for us.