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Heart sewn firmly to his sleeve, Elliott continues his tuneful dissection of life & what makes it difficult.
Indie / Alternative
Kill Rock Stars
“The story of the passenger liner MS Scandinavian Star stays adrift. Tragic and complex, the details are out there in the electronic ozone, still yet to find closure. From sea […]
After multiple lauded album-length cassettes, ‘Adaptive Emotional Use’ is the first true album from Toronto-based Death Kneel. Several years in development, ‘Adaptive Emotional Use’ is a [...]
Bob Bellerue’s new double-LP, “Music of Liberation,” is a careful and intricate album of textured drone and shapely noise. Like the greatest works by post-industrial masters [...]
What our staff has to say: “Perfectly paced nightmare electronics surrounded by beauty. Maniacal attention to detail – Slow burn weed soaked incense telepathic spiritual awakening [...]
“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. [...]
Limited edition GREEN vinyl re-issue of the 1972 album by experimental Krautrock pioneers, Brainticket!
Along with Bikini Kill, Bratmobile spearheaded the riot grrrl revolution of the early 1990s, battling the long-standing dominance of men within the punk rock community to help empower a new […]
For all intents and purposes, “Her Majesty. . .” could best be described as the charming older brother to the band’s previous outing. And, while being recognizably related to [...]
During the recording of Holdypaws, Saunier thought he’d discovered a foolproof formula for high-fidelity pop perfection, but things didn’t turn out as planned. “Our friend Bob got a computer,” [...]
What our staff has to say: “I love this record. Shine takes you to the UK’s dreamy haze in the 90’s Creation Records, My Bloody Valentine, Chapter House. Shoegaze that […]
Still reeling from the gut-punch of the distortion filled lead single “Vale” released earlier this year, many of us wondered what a full-length LP by the Denver based artist would […]
I don’t need no southbound highway sign to tell me HELL IS REAL”. This opening line from the debut single “New Tongue” launches us into the sophomore album Glass Fate […]
As I was reviewing V3’s cycle of works from early 1986 to the end of Roxanne Newman’s’ tenure in late 1991, I became increasingly flabbergasted at the band. At the […]
Chaz Prymek’s oeuvre is staggering. At the age of 35, the Missouri-based guitarist / multi-instrumentalist, composer and improvisor has released nearly two dozen recordings under the name Lake [...]