The name Homeless Atlantic is far from a generic kiwi band name. Think anything beach or roots related. The word homeless evokes urban imagery, everywhere but nowhere specific, a sojourner that never reaches a destination…
Kerosene Comic Book (KCB) is not a band, or a label – they’re a collective; more a consistent brand than a consistent lineup. Think Tumblr, in-jokes, Drake-worship and drugs.
It took me about five hours to make it through this album. Don’t put yourself through the same.
Kerosene Comic Book is a collective of bedroom producers from around New Zealand, including Race Banyon, Career Girls, Totems, Skymning, Yvnalesca and Muirs
Anybody passing through Newtown two weekends back may have noticed the punk cluster spilling out of Black Coffee onto Adelaide Rd.
If you were expecting something more ‘mature’ or ‘refined’ from Tokyo Police Club in 2014 – don’t.
Canadian-born Mac Demarco is a stand-out in the slacker-indie-rock genre.
“We wanted to kill everything we’ve done previously. We wanted to remove ourselves from what we’d made with @peace.”
“We’re all just total music nerds so we’re getting together most days and working on recordings.”