David Pajo returns with new solo album.
For its 15th anniversary, psych-folk group Califone are releasing a reissue of their 2001 album, Roomsound. The newly expanded album will be released on October 14 via Dead Oceans, and will feature a bonus LP with extra songs and an etching. Listen to one of those bonus tracks, “Mittens (4-Track Version)” below. Califone also plans […]
Japanese post-rock outfit Mono are releasing a new album, Requiem for Hell, on October 14 via Temporary Residence. The album was recorded with Steve Albini, whom the band has worked with in the past on albums such as Walking Cloud and Deep Red Sky… and it features five tracks, which means it’s going to be epic, […]
Earlier this year, The Misfits announced they would be reuniting for a handful of shows at the upcoming Riot Fest dates in September. The lineup, when it was announced, included founding members Jerry Only and Glenn Danzig, along with longtime guitarist Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein, making it the first time that Only and Danzig would […]
Eggs in faces, bunny ears on breasts.
This year’s VMAs belonged to Beyoncé. At the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Beyoncé took home six awards, including Video of the Year for “Formation,” as well as Best Female Video for “Hold Up,” Best Long Form Video for her Lemonade visual album, and Best Choreography for “Formation.” The wins tonight added up to an […]
Young Thug has just released a new mixtape called No, My Name Is JEFFERY. That’s the cover art up top, wherein Young Thug once again continues to showcase himself as an unconventional fashion icon in a violet dress and parasol hat. Each of the tracks on the album is named after one of Thug’s idols, including […]
Rudy Van Gelder, legendary recording engineer behind countless jazz records, has died, according to a report from NJ.com. He was 91. Van Gelder’s name appears in the credits to a long list of classic jazz recordings, including Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane, Miles Davis and an impressive chunk of the Blue Note Records catalog. Van Gelder […]
Hear the devastating new doom metal epic from the Salt Lake City group.
Chromatics still haven’t released their follow-up to 2012′s Kill for Love. Initially, the album was scheduled for release “in time for Valentine’s Day” in 2015, though that came to pass without an album to show for it. Yet they did release a series of tracks, including the excellent “I Can Never Be Myself When You’re […]