Week in Pop: Antwon, Boat Club, Worthless
The Bay Area's #1 Nature Boy, Gothenburg futurism reloaded, Brooklyn psych tribes + more.
Week in Pop: A Grave With No Name, Dead Times, Four Visions, Jarren Benton, Metaform, Pinegrove
Artists on album trilogies, home recorded pop processes, and riding with the Funk Volume.
Week in Pop: Baobab, Chalk And Numbers, Expensive Looks, Polytype, Soft Riot
Collecting the past 7 days worth of sounds from the stages, studios, and bedrooms.
Week in Pop: Brøthers, Cool Ghouls, Rita J, Western Lows
Counting the indie stars and kicking it with the coolest ghouls around.
The Best Music of October 2012
If football, The World Series, or the debates distracted you. Here's all you missed.
The Most Average Releases of September 2012
Thank the rock gods for erect penis art and haunting moons to shake us from last month.
Welder, "Be My Light"
Eskmo goes to the opera.
Brian Eno, "Panic of Looking"
The man who brought us many of our known genres delves deeper into... spoken word!
Battles' new song "Ice Cream"
Cover 311 for new single, announce release date for Gloss Drop
An electric Kool-Aid acid test of kaleidesccopes, pong glitches and starbursts.
Watch: Tim Exile, "Family Galaxy"
Tim Exile's new single.
Listen: P.O.S., "Goodbye"
Alternate/Beginnings: Lee Bannon's Career Reboot
Impervious to stagnancy, Lee Bannon sought an alternate life to his hip hop upbringing.
A conversation that led to relearning how to listen to the LA beat miner.
Gonjasufi slices his efforts in half, causing need for a bigger follow-up.