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Yikii is nothing, nobody, nowhere. A ghosting figure, a partial presence. She moves through grey rain, head down, dripping wet, her feet don't touch the ground. desolateness is one of four digital releases that the Chinese artist released...Show More Summary
Burial is back at it again with another two-track release. Titled Rodent, the record features the eponymous "Rodent" b/w a remix of the song from Kode9. Typical of Burial releases, like with the recent Subtemple, a vinyl version will be made available in case you wanna hold it. The 10-inch of Rodent drops "around September 22" via Hyperdub.
So far, the mythical full-length Wench album we've all been dreaming of hasn't quite happened yet — but perhaps listeners who are allured by the duo's general style (both in the fashion sense and otherwise) can find something sustaining...Show More Summary
Autumn's around the corner, friends. If you've felt that calm, easy breeze rolling in these past two weeks, you know what's up — raking up leaves, throwing on sweaters, watching football, out-of-date jokes about girls who like pumpkin spice, etc.
Crys Cole & Oren Ambarchi Hotel Record [Black Truffle; 2017] Rating: 4/5 “No, it is more simply as a listener that I want to sign my listening: I would like to point out, to identify, and to share such-and-such sonorous event that no...Show More Summary
Front Row Seat to Earth, the latest album from Natalie Mering a.k.a. Weyes Blood, came out not so long ago, and followers of the Los Angeles-based folk artist may recall the official video for the track, “Do You Need My Love.” The first...Show More Summary
From the Star Tribune : He flirted with rock stardom as the co-leader of the ’80s punk band Hüsker Dü, became friends with deep thinkers like William S. Burroughs and Patti Smith and continued traveling the world to perform. But Grant...Show More Summary
And I find myself 32 sitting in my. grandmother's smoking chair with a computer in my lap -- one hand on the keyboard and another on that lil Corona Familiar. 32 fuckin FL.OZ. Ridin. uKno, chillinn, right.. Five tapes phsycial. I ain't got one; so-what. Show More Summary
I n a recent interview with Stereogum, Ariel Pink admitted to an oncoming sense of occupational malaise, the kind of which affects each and every one of us no matter how enviable your line of work might be. "What's driving my career as an artist, is that I'm a career artist. People might see me as a hack or whatever. That's fair enough. But I do what I do.
Imagine journalism in the future. Imagine journalism. Imagine transgression.
You guys are never gonna believe this, but: in advance of his newest and 12th-est album under the Destroyer moniker — which, last time I checked, was still entitled Ken and was still due October 20 on Merge (and could still be pre-ordered...Show More Summary
From the Tennessean : Jessi Zazu, whose band Those Darlins was at the forefront of the city's indie rock revival a decade ago, died on Tuesday following an extended battle with cancer. Zazu, whose legal name was Jessi Zazu Wariner, was 28. Zazu died surrounded by family, friends and fellow musicians who lined the waiting room inside Centennial Hospital's intensive care unit. [...]
Nope, it's not your eyes playin' tricks on you, cowboy/girl. That really IS Jason Lytle, Jim Fairchild, Kevin Garcia, Aaron Burtch, Tim Dryden — a.k.a. Modesto, CA's favorite sons who, way-way back in the go-go 90's, formed the (cough) granddaddy of all mope rock bands, Grandaddy — ridin' back in from the very same sunset we watched them ride out into a minute ago.
Tokyo's Cemetery follows their recent release, Vessels, on Sacred Phases with a wistful new cassette, excoriation (??), out today on David M. Romero's ever-exploratory publishing project angoisse.
There's nothing like being the dog in a conversation between two humans and you. Whether the conversation is about you, or just involving you as a third-party, you're a dog. You've no context of what is happening here. Creating "thought" is inherently not natural for you. Show More Summary
W hen Lily Konigsberg welcomes us to her side of Good Time Now, her remarks sit atop a regal, flowered ensemble: a particularly jangly acoustic guitar and Matt Norman's warm, richly arranged one-man horn band bring us in. A jubilantShow More Summary
Ariel Pink Dedicated to Bobby Jameson [Mexican Summer; 2017] Rating: 3/5 I n a recent interview with Stereogum, Ariel Pink admitted to an oncoming sense of occupational malaise, the kind of which affects each and every one of us no matter how enviable your line of work might be. Show More Summary
Imagine journalism in the future. Imagine journalism. Imagine transgression. How about I start from a certain side and work my way out? Does it ever have to do about space? Geography is more like the reality here. And fake! Is it the...Show More Summary
Ka could be short for (a) Kathleen or (b) an ancient Egyptian term for the soul’s vital spark. Ka Baird (Spires That in the Sunset Rise member) has an upcoming record on Drag City, Sapropelic Pycnic, that should make good on the promise of vital soul (psyche in the Greek sense) sparking. Show More Summary