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Cerberus: Joshua Medina & Paurl Walsh - Joshua Medina & Paurl Walsh

By Jspicer on Aug 26 2015 Sometimes a record will slip through the cracks. This is such a record, and for missing out on its breathtaking beauty and simplistic majesty for all these months, allow me this very public apology. The work of Joshua Medina & Paurl Walsh is restrained and unbound. Show More Summary

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Music Review: Mick Jenkins - Wave[s]

Mick Jenkins Wave[s] [Cinematic; 2015] by Simon Chandler Rating: Have you ever noticed how rap tends to organize itself around two contrary poles? Orbiting around the first of these, you have the quintessential hip-hop “Warriors,” the competitive-aggressive toughs hardened by life on the streets of some glorified civil warzone. Show More Summary

Mix Tape: I just finished my thesis and no one will ever read it

Requested by feltytown • Compiled by Marky Narc 01. Cheap Trick - “Daddy Should Have Stayed In High School” 02. Ratatat - “Wildcat” (Classics) 03. Kid Koala - “Nerdball” (Carpal Tunnel Syndrome) 04. Dead Kennedys - “Straight A’s” (Give Me Convenience Or Give Me Death) 05. Show More Summary

Premiere: free music - “Die Hard (Acid): First Try”

Actually, what I heard is the entire new (and Night People re-reel cassette) of Great Music by free music was made entirely in one take (side from VHS dubbing) on an uncounted amount of keyboards. Well, no, the truth is “Die Hard (Acid):...Show More Summary

? Listen: SLOW MIDNIGHT - “Flare”

Four inch television screen at the pump was tickled by the weather, raindrop after raindrop, for thirty years. The water levels rose. How high the water, up the muffler man, that was our measuring stick, our scarecrow. Rain Stoic. What was on the screen, dancing behind the ‘snow,’ shouldn’t have looked so good. Show More Summary

Premiere: Darren Keen - “The Way I Look”

We all know Jeb Bush is an Apple guy, but did you know Darren Keen is ALSO an Apple guy? Merely bestow thine eyes on the video below for all the proof you’ll ever need. Only after coring, peeling, and devouring the fuck out of a Granny...Show More Summary

Bill Orcutt & Jacob Felix Heule hook up for an aural pillage, announce Colonial Donuts on Palilalia

It’s too bad nobody really follows up their adolescent jamming in their parents’ basement with its natural conclusion: professionally jamming in their own basement (or in any other residential room) to an extent that would clearly belie...Show More Summary

? Listen: Eve Essex - Live at Harlekin, Berlin (April 2015)

Multidisciplinary artist Eve Essex’s saxophone speaks in a pointillistic vocabulary; wild colors and quick sound-strokes run erratically over a hovering tonality always subtly lingering in the background. Her playing grows into gnarled,...Show More Summary

Dumb Numbers releases box set with David Lynch, David Yow, and The Melvins

It sounds like a weird dream, but no! It’s true! An amazing, weird dream band of artistic luminaries is working with Dumb Numbers, an Australian video maker and musician named Adam Harding, who has been known to collaborate with musical...Show More Summary

? Listen: Vejgaard Ambient - “Automat Food”

Can the pay-no-attention-to-behind-the-scenes gloves keep up with the demand for a slices (worth a coin) of apple pie? These slices were made long before they reached the BOH. They traveled in the halo of nuclear medicine. I was roused at 5am…the buggers were at it, making a commotion I was not prepared for, at that hour…. Show More Summary

Ben Glas to release Music to Interact To on Blankstairs, premieres new track

So, I’m not sure about you, but as far as my life experience is concerned, the difference between all the “art students” I know and this guy Ben Glas, an “Interdisciplinary artist based in Portland” who is currently “attending the Pacific...Show More Summary

Watch: Killd By - “No Energy Vamp”

Denver’s own Colin Ward will not stop pumping the raw jams out of his brainpod until he and you and I are all dead. After a winning streak of overloaded electronic mayhem and intricate polyrhythmic beatdowns purveyed from projects like Alphabets and Tokyo Drift, Ward returns to the danger zone with new material under the Killd By moniker. Show More Summary

Wax Idols announces dates ahead of new album American Tragic, releases second single

Bay Area post-punk project Wax Idols want to share a song with you. “Deborah” is their second single off the forthcoming American Tragic, but it’s also my mom’s name! We have so much in common, this song and I. Wonderfully-named band...Show More Summary

? Listen: Gee Weaver - Merchant Ivory

Gee Weaver is back, this time with some sun-faded belly gurgles, hazy musings, and swells of piano, strings, and any other seeping ooze he could get his mitts on. According to the man himself, it’s “an overcast breakfast album”, butShow More Summary

Cerberus: Talibam! - Free World

By Jspicer on Aug 25 2015 The warped duo of Talibam! continue to make the most discordant music(?). And now the influence is stretching its wavy gravy arm across the Atlantic, taken into grasp by Italian label Körper / Leib. And that’s all you need to know. Show More Summary

Premiere: Tallinn - “Return To The Abraham Mosque”

Typically, it’s good measure to do two things in the beginning of the fall so shit gets prepared for the cold weather to come (those of us that DO experience this shrill). First thing you gotta do is have a plan to be ultra productive:...Show More Summary

Paul Thomas Anderson’s documentary on Jonny Greenwood, Junun, premieres next month

Alright, so Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood probably can’t pull off early-20th-century greed and misanthropy as convincingly as Daniel Day-Lewis, but does that make the award-winning composer’s life any less deserving of cinematic tribute? Longtime...Show More Summary

Music Review: Mac DeMarco - Another One

Mac DeMarco Another One [Captured Tracks; 2015] by Michael J Rating: Another One finds “Mac” mostly wearing the one mask — more role than substance 1 — of lovelorn melancholia, blurrily animating the most egregious clichés with a certain warped and oddly believable charm. Show More Summary

Bat for Lashes’s Natasha Khan returns as Sexwitch with TOY and Dan Carey

Natasha Khan must’ve noticed that it’s been a minute since her last full-length album as Bat for Lashes, 2012’s The Haunted Man. Now, she’s back with a set of folk and psych covers, produced by Dan Carey and backed by Brighton noisemakers TOY. Show More Summary

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