Week in Pop: Catalog, DDCT, Eddington Again
Baseball Gregg, PANGS, Pastel, Semaphore, Spirit Plate, guest selections by wifisfuneral.
Week in Pop: Donovan Blanc, False Priest, Old Smile, Pie Face Girls
Jasper Lee, Pastel Ghost, Unstoppable Death Machines, guest selections by Communions.
Royal Trux, Blues Control, and Lexie Mountain at Webster Hall
Welcome back to New York, Royal Trux.
Week in Pop: Jay Som, Love The Unicorn, Sven at Work
Agent blå, Lil Freckles, We Are Temporary, ft. guest selections by Sarah P.
The Return of Joanna Newsom
Featuring a new video directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.
The art and influence of punk flyers, as told through Louisville
A look inside Drag City’s new book, White Glove Test: Louisville Punk Flyers 1978–1994.
Week in Pop: Asante Phenix, Happenin Summer, Sara Z, Wildfront
Cruzie Beaux, Future Twin, Holly Waxwing, Jackson Boone, guest selections by Show Me The Body.
Week in Pop: All People, Crown Larks, House of Wolves, Kinjac
Colleagues, Courtesy, Flyying Colours, Mariage Blanc, guest curated by Mannequin Pussy.
Week in Pop: Hills Like Elephants, Long Faces, Sun Voyager, Tattoo Money, Trak Joy
The Blind Shake, Captain Supernova, Death Records, Heavy Drag, J£zus Million, SmCity, co-curated by Surf Club
No looking back for Dope Body
The Baltimore band on being a Lifer.
Stream Elisa Ambrogio’s debut full-length, The Immoralist
The Magik Markers frontwoman’s solo debut is a moving array of minimalist sounds.
Week in Pop: Human Touch (formerly GNTLMN), Hustle & Drone, Kiev, The Morning Clouds
Community Radio, Dada Plan, FVLCRVM, GYMSHORTS, co-curated by Face Tat.
Ty Segall, Manipulator
Ty Segall proves he can focus, but it comes at the cost of asking the same from us.
Watch White Fence’s first music video ever
Tim Presley breaks his visual silence in black and white.
Purling Hiss, “Learning Slowly”
Can’t stop a high-speeed shred train from blowing up your quiet time.
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