THE QUARRY: Waiting on the Morning

Hailing from Columbus, Ohio, The Quarry is a three-man band that just might be the amalgam of every 90’s band you ever loved. Their freshman EP, Waiting on the Morning, (now available on Spotify) transports you back to a time when infectious folk-y rock blues pop was…

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All My Might

Stay tuned for a forthcoming album from Hunter & Wolfe. In the meantime, here’s a preview of how lovely it’s going to be.   Follow Hunter & Wolfe on… http://hunterandwolfe.4ormat.com YouTube:  http://www.youtube.com/user/hunterandwolfe/videos?view=0 Bandcamp: http://hunterandwolfe.bandcamp.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hunter-Wolfe/145893578817477  


IN YOUR EARS: Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Unknown Mortal Orchestra is like a great white shark without the insecurities or power trips of other lo-fi bands. Swimming through the scene, with absolute awareness of their skill, yet without an attitude about it. Dipping into the 60’s like so many bands out there today (see…


In Your Ears: Ty Segall

Ty Segall is the hardest working man in garage rock. With 13 LP’s and an even longer list of compilations, EP’s, splits, and recording credits, this man gets around. You can hear it in his newest solo endeavor, Twins. He deliberately melds piercing guitar solos and distorted barriers of…

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  Alexandra Hemrick is a graduate of Georgia Tech in Atlanta, GA and completed two years with Teach for America teaching Visual Art in the Mississippi Delta May 2012. Her work has appeared in Fanzine and Delta Bohemian.  She’s currently working on a novel.


In Your Ears: Japandroids

Japandroids kick you in the ears with attitude. They play music that make you wanna run to the nearest basement genie and wish for a crowd, a keg, a drum kit, and the opportunity to spit in your shitty boss’s face (A MOMENT OF VICTORY)….


Music Monday: Saves The Day

I first listened to Through Being Cool in 2001, my freshman year of high school, and two years after it had been released. It was cool then, and it was cool five years after that, it was cool ten years after that, and it’s still cool…


Interview: The Beer Burglars

On October 4, 2012, I sat down with Steel English aka Tommy Weeks, lead singer of The Beer Burglars—at our respective keyboards—for an e-interview. My goal—to get to the heart of this beer loving, bike riding band, who’s music screams fun (sometimes literally). Have a…


Monster Mash: A Comb Magazine Playlist

Because everyone is entitled to one good scare. 1. Sunn O)))) – Sin-Nanna 2. Does It Offend You, Yeah? – Attack Of The 60ft Lesbian Octopus 3. Devin Townsend – Bad Devil 4. The Citizens Of Halloween – This Is Halloween 5. Tennessee Ernie Ford…


In Your Ears: Tame Impala

All the way on the western side of Australia (the one that’s not Sydney or Melbourne), there’s this band. They are called Tame Impala. I think you should listen to them because they are fuckin’ delicious. Part chillwave ecstacy, the other part psychadelic acid grooves–…