Roadburn 2020 has made a slew of announcements of news bands! Added to both James Kent and Emma Ruth Rundle’s curated portions of the festival is Alcest, on the strength of their new album Spiritual Instinct (Nuclear Blast). Additional artists added to the fest include Okkultokrati, Inter Arma, Helms Alee, Algiers, Dynfari, Bad Breeding, White Ward, Dommengang, Kungens Män, Darsombra, Tau And The Drones Of Praise and more to come! Continue reading
The December edition of The Netherlands’ long-running avant-garde festival supreme, Incubate is fast approaching in a few weeks. Taking place December 10th and 11th; final performers, a creator-based comic book fair, and a Pole-Dancing Contest with Drone Plane experts have all been added to complete the lineup. Continue reading
The groundbreaking Incubate Festival’s third event of 2016 has made its first announcement of artists. Continue reading
Mexican Slang is a Toronto based trio features vocalist Annabelle Lee, formed as her solo recording project which she recorded music in her attic an releasing her first EP in the summer of 2012. She later enlisted Jimmy Tony Rowlinson (Dilly Dally) on bass and Den Holm on drums in late 2012.
Stream “Fever” below.
Mexican Slang elicits comparison to the likes of Helium and “Babes in Toyland meets Ty Segall”. Lee’s primary focus has been coalescing the power of extremes, by juxtaposing heavy guitars with compelling melodies and contrasting droning psychedelia and noisy garage rock with moments of reverberant serenity. Though drawing personal influence from artists such The Melvins, The Cramps and Rowland S. Howard, Lee is poised to create a distinctive sound all her own.
With the support of Buzz Records, Mexican Slang plans to record a full-length album and tour Canada and the US in the upcoming year. Their haunting noise pop aesthetic and captivating live shows have set them apart, creating a far-reaching, eager and devoted fan base. As for Lee’s poignant lyrical depth, face-melting guitar and impassioned productivity, there seems to be no end in sight.
Mar 11: Shea Stadium – Brooklyn, NY (w/ Sleepies, Lodro, Crosss, bbigpigg)
Mar 12: Kung-Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA (w/ Seismic Thrust, Crosss, Crime Hands)
Mar 13: Circle Thrift – Richmond, VA (w/ Crosss)
Mar 15: The Earl – Atlanta, GA (w/ Dirty Fences, Boytoy, Sheer Mag)
Mar 16: Below at Doghead – Birmingham, AL (w/ Crosss, Muuy Biien)
Mar 21: Sledge Hammer SXSW showcase – Austin, TX (w/ Bad Breeding, Solids, HSY, Pinecones, Crosss)
Mar 23: Pussy Palace – Nashville, TN (w/ Ttotals)
Mar 24: The Comet – Cincinnati, OH (w/ Swim Team, Leggy)
Mar 28: S.H.I.B.G.B’S – Toronto, ON (w/ The Ukiah Drag, Moss Lime)