The 52-second opening track of Idaho, Alaska’s Manipulate And Multiply — a grinding, lyric-less and feedback-driven arrangement — teases you into thinking that the Lexing
He’s prolific, no doubt, but the better of Sam McBean’s two musical endeavors is not this band, it’s the other: Black Mountain.
Invaders are much more than a fuzzed-out version of The Merediths, but that’s the starting point.
Like the end of “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” EMI’s Hayes Archive is a massive structure housing untold thousands of hours of recordings, some dating to the 19th century.
I Can Wonder … is a refreshing collection of songs from Julie Doiron that runs the singer/songwriter spectrum.
Welcome to this generic ’80s-ish clothing store at the mall! Lolz! I know! Isn’t this track, like, hella good? It’s by this band called Empire of the Sun.
Continuing the current explosion of excellent 1970s African music being reissued in the West for the first time, Brooklyn’s Academy Records (a reissue label started by quite possibly the best
Bachelorette are creepy.
Charlie Feathers called him the “beginning and end of all music,” but Junior Kimbrough had to begin somewhere: so he did in 1966, with these six tracks, an audition for the Southern sou
While The Avett Brothers are selling out theaters nationwide for high-dollar tickets, it would be pretty easy to catch The 23-String Band around the state for less money and just as much fun.