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Interview: The Hunna’s Daniel Dorney on New Album, Returning to Their Roots and Justin Bobby

Ahead of the release of their fourth studio album, self titled The Hunna, Music Existence spoke with The Hunna guitarist Daniel Dorney. Catching up before their gig in Manchester, England, Daniel reflected on the creation of their newest album, strides they’ve taken regaining control as a band (after well-documented label …

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Need to Hear: Queen’s Pleasure Release New Single ‘Empty Occasion’

After catching fire with their debut EP Panic From Dublin, Amsterdam-based garage rockers Queen’s Pleasure are back with their newest single “Empty Occasion,” out now via Bloomer Records. The new track sonically radiates early-2000’s New York City garage-rock energy, with subtle nods to the blues and psychedelia sprinkled throughout the entire song. Their …

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Interview: Max Gerlock of Super Cassette

Recently, I reviewed “Better in Reverse,” the current single of California alt-rock quartet Super Cassette. Once the band shared my review, frontman Max Gerlock agreed to a follow-up interview. We discussed Max’s formative musical influences alongside identical twin brother/co-frontman Nick, their initial success with Super Cassette, the thematic intentions behind …

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Single Review: Super Cassette – “Better in Reverse”

Oakland, California’s Super Cassette mix throwback splashes of early 90s indie rock with those of the early 2000s garage rock revival. Back in summer 2016, singer-guitarist Max Gerlock jumpstarted the project following the unexpected live success of his solo act, Maximillian, adding twin brother/co-frontman Nick, bassist Devon Hollister and drummer …

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Album Review: Black Pistol Fire – Deadbeat Graffiti

Canadian blues rock duo Black Pistol Fire (Kevin McKeown and Eric Owen) have put together their fourth LP Deadbeat Graffiti, a bold project that further establishes the band as one of the prominent rising rock acts. Personally, I feel that the blues rock genre has grown a bit stale over …

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