The staff behind the community-oriented music and arts space share some of the favorites who have passed through their doors.
John Dwyer (Oh Sees) writes about the inspiration he’s taken from Michael Yonkers, and premieres a cover of one of his songs.
With B3 classics from Booker T. & the M.G.'s and more.
The opening track of Thee Oh Sees' new album is the prism through which the whole rest of the album can be seen.
Sometime in the early 2000s, back when I was fat (but not so fat that I couldn’t walk up some stairs) I saw a band called the Coachwhips play Cardiff.
Looking at Thee Oh Sees' gear, you'll see paint-faded guitar pedals, scratched and dented drum heads, a keyboard covered in notes and tape...