Band: Fever Sleeves
From: San Diego, CA
RIYL: Minus The Bear, ...Trail of Dead, Sputnik Monroe, etc.
Fever Sleeves are a bright new indie/math rock power trio. Similar in their beautiful guitar shimmers to Minus the Bear, these guys should make a large impact on the scene. The band was kind enough to send me their upcoming full length album "Soft Pipes, Play On," and it sounds great! Look for more information of this release as soon as I know it! For anyone who likes their indie rock complex, dense, and shining, be sure to check these guys out! Below is their video for "Futuristic Killings"
Fever Sleeves- Futuristic Killings music Video from David McHank on Vimeo.
Band: Stardeath & White Dwarfs
From: Oklahoma City, OK
RIYL: Flaming Lips, The Stone Roses, Band of Horses, etc.
Oklahoma city's stardeath and white dwarfs is a quartet featuring the familiar-sounding vocals of Dennis Coyne, nephew of the Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne. Rather than running from the connection, Stardeath embraces the influence of Uncle Wayne's band, recalling transition-period '90s Lips. Thus, you get frayed guitars, bouncy bass, punchy drums, and scratchy, amiable vocals coaxing you into the stratosphere, making you feel right at home among the post-nuclear stars. -Jeff T. Johnson (Noise Pop)
Band: Hobo Obituaries
From: Gold Coast Queensland, Australia
RIYL: Mr. Bungle, Ween, The Crystal Method, etc.
From their myspace bio...
Hobo Obituaries are an electro-rock duo from the Gold Coast comprised of brothers Andy and Jhonny Hobo. They have been making music together for many years and have become known for their prolific D.I.Y productions and unique style. Their style is an oddball mix of Butthole Surfers, Mike Patton, and Beck styled electronic influences. They have a new 13 track LP out entitled "Most Satisfactory" which can be found through their myspace page. If you like you music to be real strange to say the least...this band is for you.