https://www.alive-records.com/ That would be case-sensitive GospelbeacH, and they’re an American Band. They might not be quite ready to come to your town simply to party it down until there’s nothing left but groupie debris, but as the album title suggests, they’re not above proposing multiple strategies, either, of coping with this cultural shithole we call […]
There’s probably no sweeter SoCal sound circa 2019 than this band – review of 2017’s “Another Summer of Love” is here – as the title track from their upcoming album, “Let It Burn,” offers ample evidence. (Photo credit: Chuck Harris) RIP the amazing Neal Casal, one of Blurt’s heroes. BY JOHN B. MOORE & FRED […]
SoCal kings of cool serve up another winner – not to mention a stunning looking slab o’ wax. By John B. Moore If Blurt had a house band, there’s a pretty good chance the laidback, LA-based Indie Pop band GospelbeacH would be in the running. No less than our editor Fred Mills called last year’s sumptuous […]
Harmony-strewn sunshine pop and elegantly jangling psychedelia for your perfect summer soundtrack.
If you’re familiar with the psych-country rock of the Beachwood Sparks, you pretty much know what to expect.
The kind of melody-rich, texturally-complex album whose dreamy psychedelic pop repays repeated spins many times over.
The BLURT magazine staff lists their best and worst music of 2017.
REVENGE OF THE WRITERS: Blurt’s Best and Worst of 2015 What stood out in the music world for 2015? The folks who work in the trenches here are gonna tell ya. Guarantee: all dialogue reported verbatim. Pictured above: the hands-down Artist Of the Year, Australia’s Courtney Barnett. BY THE BLURT CRÜE It’s like déjà vu […]