Category: Heavy Metal


    1. Kazrar

      Ride of the Blueberry Winter is the name of the album and immediately its title and cover art catch your eye. For one, the title recalls the heyday of the wacky and silly names that ran rampant in the sixties such as the Strawberry Alarm Clock or the Chocolate Watch Band.
    2. Meztigore

      The Sw!ms//Ride of the Blueberry Winter I'd like to share one of my favorite bands that I've recently gotten into, The Sw!ms. They play psychedelic pop-punk, that really is incomparable to anything else. Sharing members of An Albatross, they take that kind of off-beat style of playing and smash it into influences like The Zombies but more poppy.
    3. Akigis

      Drawing influence equally from Graham Nash and Hesiod, The Sw!ms have crafted one of the greatest pop albums of all time, subverting the basic principles of the genre in the process. As Bee Thousand did over a decade earlier, Ride of the Blueberry Winter inundates the listener with unfathomably perfect melodies laced with impenetrably cryptic.
    4. Dairg

      The SW!MS released an EP and unleashed a full-length album called "Ride of the Blueberry Winter" through Prison Jazz in With production by Thom Monahan (Pernice Brothers, Beachwood Sparks, J Mascis, Lillies) and cover art by Montreal's Seripop (Hot Hot Heat, Dim Mak, Astralwerks), the album gained attention ranging from print magazines to.
    5. Digis

      Kung-Fu Monkeys - 1/2 Baked CD-R () MYSPACE!! BANDCAMP!! YOU CAN'T BUY THIS BUT HERE'S OTHER KFM RECORDS!! The Kung-Fu Monkeys - 1/2 Baked CD-R. Tracks: 1. Super Trouper (ABBA) 2. The Punisher Suite Prelude - The Pleasure Principal.

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