In dire need of recs for a specific sound. Dark, kinda raw/punky/energetic, slightly surfy guitars. My favorite local band sounds like this and I know I've heard stuff like it but I can't think of any.
The closest I can think of is Wipers
I never talk to him about it because I don't wanna pry/generally don't care as much as whatever else we're talking about. I know they were in studio a couple years ago but I have no clue what came of that. AFAIK they're kinda just in limbo right now.
He's a pretty cool dude and at this point I'm kinda past the whole "WHOA DAUGHTERS GUITARIST OMG" thing so it usually doesn't even cross my mind to bring it up.
sorry I didn't have any new info anon
a couple years ago meaning late 2014 iirc
also i was at one of their reunion shows and it was awesome until lex fucked up his shoulder, and even after he had to leave the band was tight as fuck
Yeah, my album of the year last year. All of those bands are absolutely quality and sounds like they might be your thing. From the bandcamp link to Way Out it sounds like you like guitars with chorus effects, you'll probably really like the new Eagulls stuff when it comes out:
and whilst im recommending music I should plug my mates' band Prison Whites. Really good, a little bit closer to The Replacements and Wipers than the other stuff I sent: https://prisonwhitesuk.bandcamp.com/
didn't even know Eagulls had new stuff coming, hype
and ye feel free to post locals/friends, as I did with Way Out. They're some of my favorite people and one of my favorite bands period so if you got the same feelings for someone in your scene don't ge afraid to post em
I've got tickets to this, best lineup I've seen in a long time.
I saw Sievehead posted on r/postpunk or some shit a few months ago and I've been hooked since. Missed Eagulls like a year 1/2 ago because the club was strictly 18+ and I was 10 days short
This local band called Learning is the closest thing to your description I can think of, they're pretty awesome too imo. The song Iraqi Emos for example is fantastic.
Their first album Culkin is good and sort of fits what you're looking for, but I think Dirger is a better album overall and you can really hear how they matured between the two.
These bands fit your description pretty well, but don't really sound like the band that you posted. Anyway, they're great.
Love of Diagrams
also don't go to naomi punk's website
I just tried to see if they were touring and the fucking domain expired and got turned into a malware link
if someone would like to tell me if I should bother restoring my phone you'll be my hero