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“It’s the age of green, so Smog had to go. In its place stands a single man, ready to shake your ass…er…make you shake your ass. Either way probably works, I guess. As long as asses shake, Bill will be contented…”-Drag City
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“After the relatively concise song structures and expanded sonic palette of the Painters’ previous album, Mark Kozelek and his band of un-merry men return to the extended song forms [...]
Limited edition GREEN vinyl re-issue of the 1972 album by experimental Krautrock pioneers, Brainticket!
“Yves Bouliane studied double bass with Roland Desjardins at the Montreal Conservatory in the early 1970s. Not yet twenty, he had been improvising with Robert M. Lepage since 1969. [...]
“Following his critically acclaimed collections Electronic Music from the Seventies and Eighties and Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties, Carl Stone quickly follows-up Baroo [...]
A true example of a band’s side project overtaking the original, Dome splintered off from post-punk legends Wire. While Dome’s first two albums toy with a minimalistic synthrock [...]
First vinyl offering from both Kjostad, and Ligature. FFO: Crude tape manipulation, field recording, harsh noise, spoken word, sound collage. Macronympha meets Yeast Culture.
A stack of raw germs designed by Ty Segall to be blown up in the world! In other words, scads of the demos that bred Manipulator, Freedom’s Goblin, Emotional Mugger, […]
(what are they thinking) guitars sliced with scribble graffiti sprawled across the hemispheres; stuttered, stunted, dual-mono machine dreams flashing sudden stereophobic and back again / two [...]
The combustive guitar/cello chemistry of MacKay and Kleijn is drawn from avant-rock, classical and experimental inspirations, forged through years of live performance. The freedom-cum-new [...]
Released in paperback in 1999 by the now-defunct Open City and praised everywhere in the then-ascendant print press industry (including names that still make waves today like The New Yorker […]
A balladeer, a buccaneer, a map that confirms “you are here!” ========== Out on the street, indie rock was an exciting way of life for boys and girls alike in […]
Songwriter Oldham, guitar and voice operating in quiet tension and ultimate accord, revisits songs that made him (that he made) and others in new versions that quiver like fresh young […]