Week in Pop: The Black Ryder, Blasteroid, Pagiins, Solvey, Threading
Daddy, El Tryptophan, Jesus Sons, New Move, Xarah Dion, guest selections by Fielded.
HANZ, “short manual mix”
The industrial rap producer is unmerciful in his pulverizing methods.
Dam-Funk opens the floodgates after six years
Inviting the light with almost two hours of funk.
PWR BTTM, “West Texas”
Wherever you go, there you are.
Going back to basics
Summertime is almost over, blast this while you’re inside hiding from the sun!
Julia Holter, “Sea Calls Me Home”
Holter’s second single is a strong, surgical, evocative composition.
Erasers, “Returning Home”
Psych music coming out of the earth…or Perth.
The hardworking sludge punk trio releases the first track from their upcoming full-length.
Stream Future Punx’s new album, This Is Post-Wave
The Dull Tools release is declarant of its sound.
Fielded’s Boy Angel and the power of unmodulated feels
Baroque future pop with a strong emotional core.
Priya Ray’s Completely Tilted Back
The Kreamy ‘Lectric Santa member talks about her new photography book and making art to empower disabled people.
Goldrush Music Festival Announces Full Lineup for 2015 Edition
The Denver indie fest is back for its fifth year.
Amanda X, “Juniper”
A cathartic introspection into the heart of Philly power-punks.
Stream Mike Krol’s Turkey
Catchy sounds; radical intent.
Waxahatchee to join Sleater-Kinney on tour
Just when you thought the summer news cycle didn’t have any good news.