Chicago’s Bandy and their debut LP The Challengers.
An investigation and interview with the artist working in three-dimensional sound-and-seascape.
Vid Edda (Chris Shields and Alexander Holm) feed plain language into the grinder on Geneves Me Sansi.
24 solo releases in 12 years considered and evaluated here.
Beck's relatively obscure early albums overflow with countless lyrical references to economics, moral decay, mass media, and philosophy.
Rays of sunshine peer out after the storm of Tristan Welch’s 40 Hours.
Avey Tare’s Cows on Hourglass Pond and wincing through the missteps of a favorite artist.
Washington, DC experimental rap group Model Home are replacing deceptive frameworks with sincere abstractions.
This time my brother sent me almost exclusively good shit.
The beauty and terror of existence in Whettman Chelmets’ Giant Eyes & Infant Steps.
I hope Foxwarren delivers another batch of songs before all of Northern Canada's ice is gone.
His period of married-with-children bliss was very brief.
It's not all cheating, man.
This 1970s-90s duo was the greatest novelty act in popular music’s history.
What Bangs accomplished was trickier than it looks.
When I discovered the Velvet Underground, I was spellbound.
A bunch of good records were issued late this year.
His music holds up to this day.
The money and the noise.
A child of the late boom reflects.
And how the clone look saved America.
A new album by Chad Beattie out now on Sara Laughs Records.
Live improvisations and interviews captured in a short documentary.
Full show shot by Thomas Kessler.
Radio show programmed by Animal Collective's Geologist (Brian Weitz).
A new music video directed by Cole Bennett.
It's one of the tragedies of the pre-Cloud, analog world that the best local bands of my youth, specifically those performing during the Marble Bar Era 1978-1985, recorded just a handful of songs during their existence.
Live performance employing specialized software to create tones which trigger a “frequency following” response in the brain, subtly modifying brainwave patterns between alert and meditative states.
A new audio documentary by Glassine (Danny Greenwald). All proceeds directly support refugees and migrants through a direct action refugee advocacy group called Otay Mesa Detention Resistance.
First single from Malkmus' nearly shelved electronic album Groove Denied (out March 15 via Matador).