St. Louis works in its own way, but there's a lot more freedom to develop your own sound, and people will support you. There's no, "You have to sound like Band Number A..."
Greasy as a skillet and twice as hot and heavy, Brooklyn, New York band Yazan heats up some Southern garage blues on the new track "Tell Me Baby."
Led by guitarist and singer Jessica Boudreaux, Portland, Oregon band Summer Cannibals goes full-on, heavy fuzz-rock on the snarling, riff-ripe new track "Not Your Turn."
We confess to being powerless before a band that combines Southern rock and garage rock -- and also uses three of our call letters in its name. KDH's "Beloved Devotion" just might inspire a little bit of that in you as well.
Chicago band of brothers (as in literally three brothers) the Safes channel all their love for classic Brit-Invasion rock like the Kinks and the just as classic American garage rock of the Sonics into their slightly poppy, always tautly-written songs. "Hopes Up, Guard Down" is a rock 'n' roll anthem for these guardedly hopeful days.
The following list provides what I consider to be a great entry point into the world of psychedelic music, spanning five decades of this ever-growing genre's popularity.
The latest from California rocker Ty Segall, "Susie Thumb," is a headlong rush into '60s garage fuzz and heavy psychedelia, as grimy as it is thrilling.
Arish Ahmad Khan, better known as King Khan, should receive the award for hardest-working man in show business.