Australia sounds nice! -k. The one, the only, the inordinately bony, Camden; the Sydney 5 piece have released their new single, titled Too Pretty For Punk.

Recorded at the former BJB studios, (now Turning Studios); under the watchful ear of producer, Evan McHugh (Jet, Midnight Oil, The Scare).

The new single Too Pretty for Punk continues the poetic landscape of the early releases; Handsome Ransom, Students and Please Dont hold me In Your Arms, with confronting themes of depression, romance, and escapism.

Camden’s original music is often compared to a combination of Morrissey’s voice, Klaxons’s energy and the melodies of Motown. Camden’s unique ability to photograph his emotions and voice his observations through lyrics and song is paralleled by none.

Camden’s debut promo film is available at

with a Sydney launch in early 2013.


So we had the pleasure of shooting Jimkata for Soulrebella and we went to go check them out at Church of Boston and at The Thirsty Moose in Portsmouth, NH. What a KILLER show. The guys are cool and laid back. They told me about how they are going on tour and playing at all these music festivals so if you get a chance to check them out you should. I would compare them to Tame Impala. Their sound is so rare and dope. They jam too.


Radiohead-Lotus Flower

Shit we’re jammin’ to today. Happy Mondaaaaaaaay!

#monday #nowplaying #goodmusic #radiohead #lotusflower #musicblog #soulrebella

The Gift of Time: My time in England is nearly done, for now. I think I have seen and felt all in which anyone person could handle on a “holiday” but as I wake to the surprise of snow I think “I could of seen more, it could have been different” but no regrets, only experience. Time, a precious thing, a thing that should never be wasted on anyone or anything that doesn’t return such a gift. Till next time, till the next grande adventure. 


Friday night was a good night for music. We got to shoot some rad bands for Soulrebella. This here are the Tan Vampires, out of Portsmouth, NH. An indie rock band that makes dope music and they are stellar dudes as well. If you ever get a chance to check out their music please do. They are a bunch of super talented motherfuckers. They are so passionate about what they do, and they work hard. Recently on tour with Old Abram Brown so if you get a chance, go see them. The weird thing is, if you’re local you can probably check them our for free.

Watch on

I hope that you smile when you hear this next verse: For me, music is always attach to something. Every memory has a sound. I can’t play anything worth a lick and though I would love to be a singer I’m not holding much in talent there either. So I stick with appreciating music through memories and making soundtracks to my life. When I listen to Keston Cobblers Club I’m reminded of the city, but the quiet city. The city during that time of night when you shouldn’t be out but if you do go, it’s all yours. It reminds me of getting off the train at the wrong stop intentionally just to get lost and figure your way home. The time of the evening where you might stumble upon something unexpected or a place that you can make all your own, like sitting in Trafalgar Square at 2am and gladly hearing the minutes of the night pass by through the timing of a song, a song you picked just for that place. To hear the time tick by in extraordinary surroundings and not care that it’s passing, that’s one hell of a memory. Thank you Keston Cobblers Club. Lovely work. -k. 

Confidence Man

The Confidence Man: completely unrecognizable due to the ever changing faces of everyday people. You will fail to point him out by his stature or the way in which he slithers through the crowded streets and bars, on the hunt. Do not seek to find the truth in the tones of his voice for he speaks as if he has two tongues in his mouth, all with varying accents. You will not see him coming unless you look inside yourself for he lives within us all, hungry to play out his moves in life’s last true great con, Love. Be careful not to con yourself, becoming the pawn within your own game. Might be safer to just buy a chess set or spend out your days playing with yourself, but we all know in this game we are never looking for safe. We only hope we can play it so well that it becomes the game we want. However, more times than not it is a passionate disaster. I say bring on the disasters, I’ll sit on the couch with someone when I’m dead. For now, I’ll keep moving through my fellow confidence men, we all have tails and I have a secret move.

Good luck loves.  

Watch on

The Darcys- Black Cow


It’s never to early to trip the light fantastic.

Neon Indian - Mind Drips in 3D… 


The Knife Album Shaking the Habitual Is Almost 100 Minutes Long, Epic Tracklist Reveals

Photo by Alexa Vachon

The Knife may have made us wait almost seven years since their last album, Silent Shout, but they certainly are making up for it now. Their new album, Shaking the Habitual, out April 8 internationally and April 9 in the U.S. on Rabid/Brille/Mute, is a whopping 98 minutes long. It’s a double CD and triple LP. We’ve listed out the tracklist below, along with the track lengths. They range from 37 seconds to 19 minutes. Shannon Funchess of Light Asylum appears on the track “Stay Out Here”.

The first single, the nine-minute “Full of Fire”, is out next week. The band has also announced a string of European tour dates, including a few festivals. Dates below.

Shaking the Habitual:


01 A Tooth for an Eye 6:04 
02 Full of Fire 9:17 
03 A Cherry on Top 8:43
04 Without You My Life Would Be Boring 5:14
05 Wrap Your Arms Around Me 4:36
06 Crake 0:55
07 Old Dreams Waiting to Be Realized 19:22
08 Raging Lung 9:58
09 Networking 6:42
10 Oryx 0:37
11 Stay Out Here 10:42
12 Fracking Fluid Injection 9:54
13 Ready to Lose 4:36

Watch on

Check it out. Grey Zine.