Posts tagged doom metal

Formed in 2015 by Christian Cate and Brian Strauss, both on guitar and vocals, the band is rounded out by Indigo Machado on drums, and Angus Garcia on bass. Although they credit several influences of different genre’s, such as punk rock artists Jawbreaker and iconic shoegaze band My Bloody Valentine, an element of each group really shines through on their debut EP, All Things Bad & Mean. - Kyla Wyllie

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Of Ennui Featured in San Diego CityBeat's Local Music Issue as EXTRASPECIALGOOD For Second Year in a Row

Change is good. If nothing changes, then it certainly can’t get any better. After more than a decade of listening to local bands’ submissions in a marathon session for the annual Great Demo Review, we’re making some improvements. Bands still make demos, and bands still send them to us, but the state of music in 2018 is such that those demos are, more often than not, the releases that end up being heard by the public. Instead of meticulously prepping songs in pre-studio sessions, bands are self-recording and immediately posting their music to sites such as Bandcamp and Soundcloud, cutting out the middleman entirely. Then again, a lot of bands simply don’t bother with the step of making a demo, and end up sending us their finished, studio-quality recordings. And we’d hate to overlook those submissions just because they’re not technically a “demo,” whatever that is anymore.

—Jeff Terich

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Of Ennui on Latest Release: Tone Poems - PureNowhere Magazine

I recently sat down with Brian Strauss and Christian Cate of the San Diego local band Of Ennuito talk about their latest release, Tone Poems (listen here).  If you’re a fan of heavy, melodic, atmospheric, moody shoegaze jams then this band is for you. Scroll down for photos and interview. - Jenna Northum

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