Echo and the Bunnymen were spawned in the creative and fertile hub of Liverpool’s late-70s punk scene, borne from oft-discussed ambitions eventually called out. The three original members, who ‘didn’t really know what they were doing’, chose to perform — sink or swim — in support of Teardrop Explodes, and became cult icons; post-punk pioneers.
Tiny Masters of Today’s new album Skeletons hits the streets in mid-June. After collaborating with Karen O and Kimya Dawson on their debut, Brooklyn teens Ivan and Ada return with a self-produced and written album, recorded in their home with GarageBand, showcasing their unique take on Ramones-channeled New York punk. We have their first single, […]