The first thing you hear on the Electro-Magnetics' lastest album is former New Bohemian Kenny Withrow's guttural, lurching surf guitar, tuned so loose you'd think the strings were hanging off like a necklace. And that striking visual only serves to elicit more sensory response; you can almost smell the stale room sure to accompany rock like this that's so removed from the mainstream. Those are the kinds of places you're forced to go to hear a band like this one. In a sparkling, pristine venue, they'd feel... More >>>