Welcome to Planet Moss – An Interview with Toby Moss Darci-Maher

Welcome to Planet Moss! Today, I will be touring you through the musical life of 21 year old Mechanical Engineering major Toby Moss Darci-Maher who spends their time banging on drums with their band “Cardio Star” and creating/producing their own personal music under the moniker “Diarchipretti”. Toby’s musical journey began where many of us once…

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Eyes Didn’t Let Me Open — The Album That Helps You See

Water droplets became a soft misty wind on my long journey home. The forecast said it would be sunny, but it was apparent the sun was but a dream. I walk, red sneakers dodging puddles until I can’t anymore. The moments become slower and my mind becomes sleepy – I fall in.  Into the puddle,…

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Monthly Music Roundup — March 2022

Another month, another article about some remarkable music that you might have missed. If you’re reading this, welcome back. It’s nice to have you on our site again and the .wav family wishes you blessed eardrums and a Daft Punk reunion tour. Our marketing team was nice enough to write some fun words about some…

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Monthly Music Roundup –February

You missed us giving you updates on new music huh. Well, after a short hiatus of New Music Roundups, you may now relax, sit back, and again depend on the ever-so-delightful and music-obsessed .wav team to provide you with the newest beautiful music out there. Disclaimer: this used to be a weekly thing…not anymore, we…

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Interview: Couch Dog is Bad and Better than Ever

If you type in “Couch Dog” on Google, what you’re going to find are variations of an article titled “Should Dogs be Allowed on the Furniture?” After talking with the SLO-based, surf rocky band Couch Dog I have the answer: no. Their self-described thrashy, fast, hectic, and anxious sound is bound to get you up…

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SPOTLIGHT: Coffin Shares Their New Album

It’s been more than a year and a half since beloved local bands have fueled fervent mosh pits within the sweaty, chaotic living rooms around San Luis Obispo. Music enthusiasts have long-awaited the return of live music — at last, musicians are returning to the stages (and house venues) of SLO. Residents of the one…

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Week Old New Music Roundup: Jan 24, 2021

Yep, you read the title. We slacked this week and have to own up to being a complete failure. Thought about scrapping it entirely, but what would you do without our takes? I know what you would do. You would go over to Pitchfork or Rolling Stones and let an ivy-league-educated wiener break down Spotify’s…

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.WAV’s Favorite Albums of 2020

You already know what the point of this article is. It’s a year end list. You like these, don’t you? God, I can almost see you. Drooling, eyes glazed over. Head empty, in a state of pure bliss. Like a newborn babe. Anyway, here are some albums from last year that we here at .WAV…

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New Music Roundup: December 20th, 2020

Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas! Like a fat bearded man screaming as he plummets down your chimney, breaking both legs instantly on landing, like your Uncle Tommy who had a little too much egg nog at Christmas dinner, .WAV’s holiday roundup is here whether you like it or not! The music jocks here at .WAV…

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GODTET III – A Distillation of Jazz

With GODTET, you’re never really just listening to jazz music.  On the group’s final LP III, get ready to bask in the pure essence of what imbues jazz with that unique spiritual nature that lies beyond technicality.  Headed up by Australian producer and multi-instrumentalist Godriguez, this project has been incredible, exploring improvisational jazz and sampling…

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