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When plants rule the world, it'll smell a whole lot better around here, although the rarity of "nostrils" in most parts occupying Earth his at a high rate. Some of those "nostrils" live within the Earth to keep away from the furiously beating-down sun that mutates Mother Nature into an evolution of photosynthesis. Show More Summary
Let's just call it like IT is. Writing about Ben Seretan's music in the modern North American music market, such as what TMT covers, is --[RE] let's say-- out-dated. shrug emoji though because he won't stop. You can't stop Deakin from bringing you back to those golden years, or hardvapour. So why not recognize the memories, right?
Time and time again, Not Not Fun has proven those two nots to be unnecessary, as the label seems to love giving us fresh, cool jams from artists like Umberto, a.k.a. dark electronic wizard Matt Hill. And now, after a recent collaboration...Show More Summary
YES! I'm so excited! This is great news for us all, readers. I don't know about you, but I was JUST COMPLAINING to my therapist the other day about how my life just didn't seem... "brutal" enough anymore. Well, never-the-fuck mind: a nice little injection from longtime Chicago-based post-rock/metal hellraisers Russian Circles should fix that shit right up!
Requested by postmasturbationguilt • Compiled by MacaroniElevator when you cry, you look like a baby but not in a handsome or gorgeous way, or even cute just a forgettable baby 01. Red Transistor - “We’re Not Crazy” 02. Christian Death - “Spiritual Cramp” 03. Show More Summary
Embryos suspended in lattes, skin cells tucked in Ikea cabinets, the human genome mapped by Google and sequenced on an Akai MPC. The human story: not read, but passed down through adspeak, everything-time exploited for $$$, the “Instantly...Show More Summary
We’ve all found the adventure within Sun Araw’s music (and if you haven’t there’s always time to take the quest). And there have been plenty of golden years of ‘ raw, so pick up where you choose, forever! But there are brass tacks, and then you’ve got LARAAJI: ultimate mind journeyman. Show More Summary
The first point is of scale:
The Avalanches are making headlines again. And it's about time. The long-delayed follow-up album to 2000's Since I Left You has been teased for years now, but with confirmed festival performances and increased rumbling these days from The Avalanches camp, things are looking more promising.
If it's you, and if it's not, I'm sorry. 01. Yo La Tengo - “My Heart's Not In It” 02. The National - “Mistaken For Strangers” 03. Belle & Sebastian - “The Loneliness of a Middle Distane Runner” 04. Mac Demarco - "Chamber Of Reflection" 05. Show More Summary
At camp, long live the fire of plastic and paper. Long live stage sets, humbuckers, magnetic tape, and Morricone. Volumes of rain, enough for retreat. Volumes of rain, denser than a bookcase. It speaks volumes about a man that he can... that he can... well, I'm at a loss for words, but you know what I mean, don't you? Don't you know what I mean, know what I mean?
Since knocking us to our knees with 2012's TIMETIMETIME& TIME, Chicago based musician yyu has kept a fairly low profile. Though, when talking about someone who performs underneath a sheet, that's not such a surprising tidbit.
Drake is going on tour... cue the memes. The demand was huge, so Drake added more dates to his Summer Sixteen tour with Future... cue the memes.
Operators Blue Wave [Last Gang; 2016] Rating: 4/5 I have three points to make. The first point is of scale: This era of the album release as cultural singularity leaves little room in our conversations for minor, modest, and frankly inessential records. Show More Summary
Requested by Khilla Whilla • Compiled by Hannah If it’s you, and if it’s not, I’m sorry. 01. Yo La Tengo - “My Heart’s Not In It” 02. The National - “Mistaken For Strangers” 03. Belle & Sebastian - “The Loneliness of a Middle Distane Runner” 04. Show More Summary
Sorry. I know you’re all currently pretty busy rigorously questioning and thoughtfully revising your definition of indie rock right now in light of the new Car Seat Headrest album that came out (digitally, at least) this past FridayShow More Summary
Moderate vandalism, smashed guitars, rooftops, 40 oz beers, gas station snacks, night drives, and an empty parking garage accented by yellow balloons blend together in The Craters’ video for “Kids Can Tell,” creating the perfect recipe for a longing sense of desire to suspend the days of a clichéd youth. Show More Summary