Norman Westberg, “Bunny Bill”
The light of horror, the horror of light.
Life on the road with the pop-punk charmers.
Vagabon, “Sharks” (This Has Got To Stop session)
Jeffrey Lewis, “Support Tours”
Particular plight of the opening act.
Julia Holter, “Silhouette”
Another rich and evocative visual.
Dave Heumann, “Holly King on a Hill”
Bing & Ruth, “Broad Channel”
Follow a man and his wheel barrel on the path to enlightenment.
So Pitted, “rot in hell”
Urgency in transmission.
Matt Bauer, “I Am Trying To Disappear”
Pillars of smoke, pillars of salt.
Blacksage, “Basement Vows”
Beat-heavy melancholia from Baltimore.
Tropic Green, “Golden Light”
Afrofuturism for the critical present.
Grabbing cash from secret stashes and pedaling off on a mini-bike.
Grave Babies, “Metal Me”
Tension and release.
Hieroglyphic Being & J.I.T.U. Ahn-Sahm-Buhl, “F**k The Ghetto / Think About Outer Space”
Basic instructions for leaving earth in the form of hardware techno.
Justin Pearson and Gabe Serbian, “Old Age Lasts Too Long”
Adolescent chaos gets a soundtrack.