Recent metal releases from Master Book Record, Oranssi Pazuzu, and Amentia.
Fifty years later, most of the record holds up.
We still have the Melvins and Mudhoney.
52 Weeks of Jason Lescalleet, Week 11: “3” (7/28/15).
Pop-ish releases by Charlotte OC, Tanika Charles, and the Overcoats.
Provides history’s proof the boys have lasted.
Sabrina Carpenter will save the world.
A review of Aaron Dilloway’s The Gag File (Dais).
52 Weeks of Jason Lescalleet, Week 10: “Goin’ Blind” (5/5/12).
Recent releases by Bionic Cavemen, Here Lies Man, and The Great Sadness.
The band's debut album, Guppy, expands on the off-kilter appeal of their earlier EPs.
52 Weeks of Jason Lescalleet, Week 9 “His Petition” (4/11/08).
Does the string of new singles mean LP five is on the way?
The best lineup of the year at Baltimore’s Wind-Up Space.
The rock 'n’ roll narrative is so deeply ingrained that we take it for granted.
Music can exist in any way you choose.
We need more generations of harmonica masters.
Ogbonnaya's lyrics consistently flirt with haplessness, neediness, childishness.
How to correct them.
Dawn Richard's Redemption.
Nuance got lost in the woods this year.
A joint podcast from Splice Today and Height.
An ongoing anti-Trump compilation from Secretly Canadian, featuring Angel Olson, The Mountain Goats, Mitski, Flock of Dimes and many more. "All profits raised from Our First 100 Days will go directly to organizations working on the front lines of climate, women's rights, immigration and fairness." Check it out at the project's official website.