On the Beet with Timur and the Dime Museum

On the vanguard of both drama and rock music is Timur and the Dime Museum, an experimental rock band out of LA that aims to fuse the two together into an explosive combination. The band, independent, has created a new live performance called COLLAPSE, which is an audio-visual requiem for the Earth’s plight. The band’s been […]

On The Beet with Bent Denim

Bent Denim are one of our fav duos here on Neat Beet, us having become proper fans after catching them touring last year around the release of their debut EP, Epistolary. They recently released a first album, Romances You, that continues their moody, electronica drenched style of pop music that can really sink a hook into you. We […]

On The Beet: Ryan Graveface, Who Is Fighting to Keep His Record Store

Neat Beet turns its focus to Savannah, Georgia for this interview with Ryan Graveface, well known as the proprietor of Graveface Records & Curiosities, a label, record store, and venue in the area. He’s busy musically as well,  involved with Black Moth Super Rainbow, The Casket Girls, Dreamend, and a handful of other alternative acts. His record store is now […]

On The Beet: Miami Horror

Miami Horror is bar none one of the most effective electronica bands out there. The Australia-based four piece are Ben Plant, Josh Moriarty, Aaron Shanahan, and Daniel Whitechurch. In the studio, they’ve been hard at work with their first album in five years, All Possible Futures, releasing yesterday. Live, few bands match their prowess, and with a […]

On the Beet: Unbuttoned

If one were to ask me who I’ve been listening to the most obsessively the past three months, I’d point them toward Toronto’s Unbuttoned. The quartet have been putting out sublime R&B tracks that pulse with energy and emotion. Their latest record, Planes, came out during Summer of 2014 and hooked my ears as soon as it crossed my […]

On the Beet With North Highlands

Cycle back nearly a year to our coverage of Brooklyn quintet North Highlands’ breakup. We were mournful then, even though they played an epic, final set at Glasslands before their singer, Brenda Malvini, departed New York City. This month, the band re-emerged to posthumously deliver their promised second album. They were also kind enough to grant us an interview […]

On The Beet with Biblical

Take atmospheric ebbs and flows, sprinkle in a heavy dose of distorted hard rock solos and continuous unrelenting rhythm section and you have all the ingredients for a Monsoon Season. This, being the first feature length studio album from the band Biblical, who is now on tour promoting their latest work. Their dynamic, energetic and rich sound […]

On the Beet with Faded Paper Figures

We recently caught synthpop artists Faded Paper Figures on their first ever East Coast tour. This was a pretty big deal, considering they’ve been kicking it for seven years now; continually putting out great music all the while. They were nice enough to answer a few questions for us upon its conclusion. Check out some photography […]