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Protomartyr – Don’t Go To Anacita (music video)

5 months agoMusic / Indie Music : HearYa

Photo by Daniel Topete Protomartyr released Relatives In Descent earlier this year. It is my favorite album by the Detroit band to date. Last week they released a video for my favorite track on the album, Don’t Go To Anacita. Here’s the inspiration for the video. The surreal video, inspired equally by obvious touchstone “Stairway […]

Protomartyr wrapped up their tour in Brooklyn (pics, setlist, review)

They played the lion's share of new album Relatives in Descent and, as good as that record is (and it's very good), songs like "Here is the Thing," "Windsor Hum," and "Male Plague" are even better, darker and more intense live. Continue reading…

Protomartyr share "Don't Go To Anacita," wrap up tour in NYC this weekend

Protomartyr have shared the video from "Don't Go to Anacita," the new single off their terrific new album Relatives in Descent... Continue reading…

An Interview With Protomartyr Frontman Joe Casey About Elvis & Nuclear Annihilation

Protomartyr's music—bleak, funny, searing, sincere, usually very loud—has always leaned toward contemporary commentary than noisy punk throwbacks. But the Detroit band's fourth LP, Relatives In Descent, released last month on Domino, can't help but feel like a timely and vital companion to the daily whiplash of America, 2017. [ more › ]

Protomartyr – “Don’t Go To Anacita” Video

5 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Protomartyr put out their very good new album Relatives In Descent last month, and now the Detroit post-punkers are back with a video for advance "Don't Go To Anacita." Inspired by Polish filmmaker Zbigniew Rybzynski's "Stairway To Lenin" and R.E.M.'s "Imitation Of Life" video, director Yoonha Park matches Joe Casey's wordy, hyper-literate musings with an…

Fighting Technology and Kombucha and Complacency with Protomartyr

Lauretta Charlton writes about the Michigan band Protomartyr’s new album, “Relatives In Descent.”

Protomartyr began their fall tour in Chicago (pics, setlist)

Having just released their excellent fourth album, Relatives in Descent, Detroit's Protomartyr began their fall tour on Sunday (10/8) at Chicago's Lincoln Hall. The played every track from the new album, save for "Corprses in Regalia," interspersed with songs from their previous three record... Continue reading…

Scraping By with Protomartyr

5 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Protomartyr’s Joe Casey talks realism and the band’s new album, Relatives in Descent. by Mark Lore J oe Casey has a reputation for being a little surly and fatalistic. This tends to be the focus of articles about his band, Protomartyr—there’s...Show More Summary

Music Review: Protomartyr - Relatives in Descent

Protomartyr Relatives in Descent [Domino; 2017] Rating: 3.5/5 P ost-punk has long been a paragon of musical and lyrical unrest, smacking of gravitas and self-seriousness. Excepting Talking Heads’ oft-exuberant exploration of the urbane...Show More Summary

This Week's Interesting Music Releases - September 29, 2017

Torres's Three Futures is one of the year's finest albums. Other new releases I can recommend this week include Florist's If Blue Could Be Happiness, Loney Dear's self-titled album, and Protomartyr's Relatives In Descent. Archival releases include the 11-CD...

Stream Protomartyr Relatives In Descent

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Protomartyr have a new album out today called Relatives In Descent. It's the Detroit-based band's fourth full-length release in five years and their first for Domino Records. Relatives In Descent presents us with the same churning, dark post-punk Protomartyr have built their brand on, and we've already heard singles "A Private Understanding," "My Children," and…

A New Dark Age: Protomartyr On Relatives In Descent

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Someone hands Joe Casey another drink. He leans back, a smile breaking his reddened face as he observes it, his fingers now cradling an empty whiskey glass and a new apple juice/whiskey concoction, which looks pretty much just like whiskey. An unlit cigarette -- the who-knows-which installment in a seriously endless lineage of pre-show smokes…

Protomartyr played Saint Vitus (pics, setlist) & Monty Hall before Basilica

Protomartyr wrapped up a short Northeast/Midwest tour over the weekend where they road-tested about half their upcoming fourth album Relatives in Descent... Continue reading…

Protomartyr – “My Children”

7 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Wordy Detroit post-punkers and Band To Watch alums Protomartyr haven't put out a bad record yet, and it doesn't look like the upcoming Relatives In Descent is going to buck that trend. Lead single "A Private Understanding" was excellent, and so is second single "For My Children," in which anxiously ringing guitars and a creeping…

Europe's ExoMars' Touchdown: October 19th --"The Search for Life Continues"

Europe’s ExoMars Entry, Descent and Landing Demonstrator Module, Schiaparelli, will land on a relatively smooth, flat part of Meridiani Planum, just northwest of Endeavour Crater, on 19 October. In this topographic image, red and white represent higher ground, blue and...

The WWII Exploits of Trump's Jewish Relatives

In his latest op-ed, aimed at deflecting a barrage of accusations of anti-Semitism against US presidential candidate Donald Trump, Jared Kushner, prominent businessman of Jewish descent and Trump’s son-in-law, mentioned how his ancestors managed to flee from a ghetto during World War II and even join the resistance fighters.

Orlando Shooting Suspect Identified As Omar Mateen, US Citizen Of Afghan Descent

The suspected gunman in today's gruesome Orlando nightclub shooting which killed "approximately 20 people" has been identified by relatives and law enforcement officials as Omar Mateen, a 29-year-old from Fort Pierce, Florida, CBS reports. Show More Summary

So Far VW Out-Recovers General Motors

VW’s descent in consumer perception last year was fast and furious, but early brand recovery in the US has been relatively steady as well. September 3rd 2015 VW admitted that their cars had been manufactured with a defeat device to bypass the vehicle’s emission control system. On September 18th the EPA [...]

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