A neurotic programmer convinces his wife to lend her voice to his company’s virtual receptionist service. When she starts prioritizing her pursuits, he starts relying on her recording. Operator sounds like a budget version of Her, but critics say otherwise.
Erykah Badu directed the humorous clip for her collaboration with Robert Glasper, "Maiysha (So Long)." Glasper's versions of Miles Davis' recordings, Everything's Beautiful, is out now. In the video, Badu plays a "neurotic, beatnik chanteuse" named Sarah Bellam who is seen backstage before a show. She argues with her keyboardist and...
In His New Column Off The Record, Rave Historian Michaelangelo Matos Reviews Moby's New Memoir, 'Porcelain.'
Experimental metal legends Neurosis have announced a new album and tour. They'll release their 12th LP Fires Within Fires on September 23 via their own Neurot Recordings. That tour is, unfortunately for us stateside Neurosis fans, in Europe... Continue reading…
Car Seat Headrest, Teens of Denialby Grant RindnerCar Seat Headrest’s newest record is what all good indie rock should aspire to be. It’s intelligent, self-aware, a touch neurotic, and rough enough around the edges to feel completely authentic. Teens of Denial is a long record, but one that has so... Continue reading
The title of The Body/Full Of Hell collaboration makes a promise that the album delivers tenfold. Released on Neurot Recordings, the LP combines murderous grind, nihilistic sludge, and hopeless industrial to create a black hole of despair. Show More Summary
Seattle metal trio Brothers of the Sonic Cloth will be releasing their long-gestating self-titled debut album on Neurot Recordings, February 17. Featuring local rock legend and all-around supernatural force for good Tad Doyle on guitar...Show More Summary
Brothers of the Sonic Cloth have been purveying a brutal yet artful brand of heavy metal over the last five years. Led by the iconic frontman/titanic force of nature Tad Doyle, BOTSC—who include bassist Peggy Doyle and drummer Dave French—take his previous band TAD’s pugilistic, song-based approach into more extreme, epic realms of the rock spectrum. Show More Summary
My name is Eden, and I’m a pet owner who raises lazy cats. I’m not sure how I got into this role, but my track record of owning two cats who refused to groom themselves outweighs the one cat I had who used to neurotically lick all his hair off. Show More Summary
by Doug Moore YOB at the Bell House, 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro) As we've said before, Oregonian psych-doom unit YOB may be the best slow-and-heavy band around today. Among their many accomplishments is the role they've played in th...
Music historian Derek See examines three post-psychedelic freakout 45 records from his collection: River Deep's "Take A Ride," Kannibal Komix "Neurotic Reaction," and Plant & See's "Put Out My Fire." Links to MP3s are included.
Lauryn Hill drops new music, and she didn’t even want to, sort. According to Ms. Hill, we’re getting this new song, “Neurotic Society (Compulsory Mix),” because her record label forced her hand…. Continue
Neurot Recordings 2013 "The Dogs Have Barked, The Birds Have Flown" is the 7-track debut album from Arkansas-based Iron Tongue. Prior to this the band, who are fronted by Chris "CT" Terry of Rwake fame, released a split 7” with The Dirty Streets. Show More Summary
Neurot Recordings 2012 Yes, I'm quite aware of the fact that this album has already been out for sometime now. More then likely if your reading this review then your more of a casual fan of the group verses hardcore follower. The bulk...Show More Summary
Post by Sasha Brown-Worsham Parents of new babies born into our world of technology are given the opportunity to have their baby's every waking breath and thought recorded, reported and assessed in every way. For neurotic parents who used to just keep a written log, this is a great thing, something we might consider progress. Show More Summary
If anyone ever asks you who the best Italian band are, remember that the answer is Ufomammut. Exciting news for any fans of these European brutalists in that they've just finished the recording of their sixth full-length record, the follow-up to last year's Eve. There's two parts of this, too, both... Read the full story on DrownedinSound.com
USX The Valley Path (Neurot Recordings) By: Chris Davison You're stumbling down a dusty, rock infested backwaters highway, lit only by the glare of the car following you ten paces behind. To the right and to the left, occasional bushes and the crucified shadows of Cactus crawl past you malevolently. Show More Summary
Neurosis - Sovereign EP Reissue 2011 Neurot Recordings Ray Van Horn, Jr. The thing with Neurosis is they can be exquisite in their brutal soundscapes or downright ravenous. Never has it been said that Neurosis is for everybody, but they...Show More Summary
Neurot Recordings 2011 Given the fact that Neurosis has been offering up reissues of their back catalog it was only a matter of time before they got to this EP. This EP was the first release that Neurosis would issue through their newly founded Neurot Recordings although the vinyl releases were handled by Hydra Head. Show More Summary
Neurotic poetry, emotional scarring, slash-and-burn distortion and a raspy whisper with the weight of a roar — this is how EMA does pop music. Hidden behnd a curtain of blond bangs, the eyes of this 6-foot, South-Dakota-born songwriter — born...