berTANDANG #09 series was held at Tandang Store on 19th July 2018, Thursday and featuring the brilliant soulful Otam (w. Endee Ahmad), dilgeridoo maestro, AP Meal and heartly dark-folk, Hell Low.
I’m more than happy to admit that I’m a very late joiner to the Khemmis train. Oh, sure, I’d heard the name around, I knew they were pretty well liked and that there was a fair bit of hype building behind them, and had even caught a glimpse of their
The dyed-in-the-wool psych-rock band returns with some of their most accessible songs to date, full of fuzz-pedal jams that capture moments of fleeting happiness in dark days.
If you’re looking for a good, solid punk album that never delves into the self-pity or self-parodying of most Pop-Punk bands, but also is never too preachy or political then this is the album you should look for.
Rancid, on the contrary, chose to somewhat go back to their roots as a way to deal with these complex times, and Trouble Maker, out on the usual Epitaph and Hellcat Records, is their most aggressive work in more than fifteen years.
With the release of the posthumous Streetcore, Joe Strummer fans have another bittersweet reminder of just what was lost last year when the 50-year-old Clash legend died from an undiagnosed congenital heart condition.
This album is where the going gets truly great and THIS ALBUM is the one which feels destined to make superstars of the band.
That band are Blur, their ire aroused due to the image of a naked girl posing on the back of a hippo emblazoned eleven times across the cover of their debut single 'She's So High', released a month earlier.