Stream Doug Tuttle’s It Calls On Me In Full
Psych-pop hooks that hang around the heart like fog around a mountain.
Stream Michael Nau’s Mowing in full
Discussing a new life for the Cotton Jones co-founder.
Stream Gazebos’ Die Alone in full
Creativity is infinite.
Purling Hiss, “My, My, My”
Everything old is new again.
On what is hard and true and real and full of light.
Tim Woulfe, “Riptide”
Neither asleep nor awake.
Luxxury, “Hold On” (Crackazat remix)
A contemporary take on the glittery nihilism of late ’70s disco.
Free Time, “Who Owns the Moon?”
The video for a song based on a film that wasn’t intended to be made.
Another bit of hushed menace from San Francisco.
Jeb Loy Nichols, “Long Time Traveller”
The country dub cowboy king talks diasporic folkways.
Ghastly City Sleep, “Differences in Electricities”
The underside of the everyday.
An Italian band makes their US debut.
Banned Books, “Fuselage”
A pervasive, nervous rattle out of Philadelphia.
Udüsic, “Nice Try”
Not just a young person’s game.
Soft Fangs, “The Wilderness”
A lonely feeling that follows.