A look into the hectic and strange industry of releasing horror movie soundtracks.
Patterns from the outside: an interview with Grouper
With her tenth album, Liz Harris is observing from a stripped perspective.
No looking back for Dope Body
The Baltimore band on being a Lifer.
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”.
Documenting hip-hop liner notes with Brian Coleman
The author of Check The Technique discusses Volume II of his hip-hop history texts.
Itasca’s Top Five LA Music Experiences
Making the best of being at the doorstep of environmental ruin.
A Liar’s Letter to His Lover by Harriet Brown
Pathological and compulsive, Harriet Brown comes clean about the little white ones.
Explaining the past, present, and future of electronic music through one ambitious release.
Logical, yet cosmic with Indra Dunis of Peaking Lights
How kids have brought the married couple closer to their lost wonder for the world.
A List of Lists by Jimmy Tamborello, aka DNTEL
Lending a human voice to DNTEL while clarifying Human Voice.
The debilitating power music of Vessel
Bristol’s Sebastian Gainsborough on finding creative liberation through full ownership.
The Austin, TX cassette label that said fuck it and followed its internal compass.
In the Key of Life with Dan Snaith, aka Caribou
How Human After All and Music of My Mind helped shape Our Love.
Five Albums for an American Roadtrip by Woman’s Hour
Anticipating the soundtrack to their first US tour dates.
(Almost) A to Z with Mira Gonzalez
She loves Crocs and hates gerbils.