The very first band we walked into at this year's SXSW was the heavy, Chelsea Light Moving. Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth fronts this very low-end driven, yet almost pop band on Matador records. Thank you Thurston! Listen to the single "Burroughs" here!
Also Rob Molt and Transworld Surf's Chris Cote share their SXS9 weekend!: http://surf.transworld.net/1000158485/photos/sxsw-tried-to-kill-me/
Sector 9 is on its way to Austin, TX for this year’s SXSW Music Festival! This Griptape // Mixtape is stuffed with bands we are excited to see rocking on 6th St!
See you Saturday night at Wahoo’s! Let’s mess with Texas!
The Sector 9 Rock Team is back with Volume #2 of the Griptape // Mixtape. This time we bring you another pile of new tracks, laced with a taste of the underground. From Bad Religion to San Diego's own Night Marchers, this is what we are listening to! How about you?
Posted In Events by admin Wednesday, January 30, 2013
The Sector 9 Rock Team is going... are you? If so, which bands are you pumped on and which bands are you bummed on?
Legendary southern California punk rockers, Bad Religion, are back with their 16th studio album! 'True North' is a sharp reminder of Bad Religion's ability to be relevant and on the forefront! Long time friends of Sector 9, and original members of the Sector 9 Rock Team, we salute you!
Hear it now!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKflTc_RT6U
San Diego’s favorite band, The Night Marchers, are set to release their second album and tour the West Coast in February. You know where we'll be? The front row!
Listen to "Loud, Dumb, and Mean" here: http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2013/01/the_night_march_2.html
Please accept our offering to your rock arc as the Sector 9 Rock Team is about to take you on a journey through the genres. Volume #1 of the Griptape // Mixtape will expand your cortex and absorb you into our vortex!
Our local rocka-billy biker, Low Volts is back with his much anticipated second release, 'Oh My Stars'. Starting where he left off from 'Twist Shake Grind Break', this release is more rock-n-roll than fuzzy blues, and packs a heavy punch!
Listen to the album here and support a local independent artist by purchasing a copy.: http://lowvolts.bandcamp.com/album/oh-my-stars