Viper Creek Club are a little dreamy indie pop duo from Seattle. They really haven’t been around too long, so unless you belong to the 206 area code there is a good chance you haven’t ever heard of them. Regardless of that fact, their song Eliza from their upcoming album Letters is stupidly catchy, and the video for “Eliza” – stupidly fun as well. Music appeals to everyone on some level, and the best music is the stuff we can relate too. Music videos, to a certain degree, are like that as well. Where some are just ambitious and imaginative story boards of what the music would visually be like, others are just a good house party, the kind we all used to go to and the kind we all wish we attended more of.
When people say they like all kinds of music, they usually add the caveat “except heavy metal”. Peter Woodburn doesn’t. In fact, he is almost always asking for more heavy metal. His love for music stems from seeing the Grateful Dead at the tender age of 11 years, and it hasn’t faded since. He loves everything from 15-minute-long bluegrass jams to thirty-second grindcore blasts, as well as everything in between. Give him a monster riff, though, and he will be forever happy.
Since the Dot-Com Boom of the 1990s, San Francisco, California, has left its hippie and