Features

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Waxwork Records

A look into the hectic and strange industry of releasing horror movie soundtracks.

Longtail

Patterns from the outside: an interview with Grouper

With her tenth album, Liz Harris is observing from a stripped perspective.

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No looking back for Dope Body

The Baltimore band on being a Lifer.

Friends with Benefits

In reluctant defense of Ted Nugent by Zack Weil of Oozing Wound

He’s a bigoted fuck that pioneered butt rock, but he also made “Stranglehold”.

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Documenting hip-hop liner notes with Brian Coleman

The author of Check The Technique discusses Volume II of his hip-hop history texts.

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Itasca’s Top Five LA Music Experiences

Making the best of being at the doorstep of environmental ruin.

Friends with Benefits

A Liar’s Letter to His Lover by Harriet Brown

Pathological and compulsive, Harriet Brown comes clean about the little white ones.

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Halocyan Records

Explaining the past, present, and future of electronic music through one ambitious release.

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Logical, yet cosmic with Indra Dunis of Peaking Lights

How kids have brought the married couple closer to their lost wonder for the world.

Friends with Benefits

A List of Lists by Jimmy Tamborello, aka DNTEL

Lending a human voice to DNTEL while clarifying Human Voice.

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The debilitating power music of Vessel

Bristol’s Sebastian Gainsborough on finding creative liberation through full ownership.

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Fleeting Youth

The Austin, TX cassette label that said fuck it and followed its internal compass.

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In the Key of Life with Dan Snaith, aka Caribou

How Human After All and Music of My Mind helped shape Our Love.

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Five Albums for an American Roadtrip by Woman’s Hour

Anticipating the soundtrack to their first US tour dates.

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(Almost) A to Z with Mira Gonzalez

She loves Crocs and hates gerbils.