Bandcamp recommendations

Treble Roundtable: A big batch of Bandcamp recommendations

Here’s what you should buy/download while Bandcamp is waiving its revenue share.

Best Albums of April 2020

The Best Albums of April 2020

Eleven new albums you need in your headphones.

Bathory home-recorded black metal

Shadow of the Horns April: Home Sweet Dungeon

Some classic, black metal home-cookin’!

best albums of March 2020 Half Waif

The Best Albums of March 2020

The best albums from an extremely long month.

Emma Ruth Rundle Pasadena Daydream on Aug. 31, 2019

Shadow of the Horns: Surviving Self-Isolation

How to survive the quarantine, plus the best new metal tracks of the month.

Deep Space Nine quarantine

Treble Roundtable: Non-Musical Quarantine Activities

The stuff getting us through the COVID-era that isn’t in our headphones.

quarantunes

Treble Roundtable: Quarantunes

What we’re listening to while we’re stuck inside.

Doomed to Fail

J.J. Anselmi’s Doomed to Fail tells a sludgy story

J.J. Anselmi’s new book dives into the narratives of doom, sludge and post-metal.

Steven Wilson Grace for Drowning

I’m Listening To Progressive Rock: Steven Wilson’s ‘Grace for Drowning’

A story of recovery and starting over, with the help of a British progressive rock visionary.

Best albums of February Bambara

The Best Albums of February 2020

10 albums from the past month that need to go in your headphones.

Black Sabbath 50 years of riffs

Shadow of the Horns: 50 Years of The Riff

A selection of some of the greatest riffs of all time, for a very special anniversary.

Frances Quinlan new album

The Best Albums of January 2020

Nine albums to start the year off right.

Yessongs listening to progressive rock

I’m Listening to Progressive Rock: Yes’ Yessongs

Our new prog column continues with a story of discovering two sealed copies on a basement shelf.

Pharmakon Bestial Burden Blood on the Tracks

Pharmakon’s “Bestial Burden” is a harrowing dirge of survival

The sound of a struggle for survival against one’s own body.

King Crimson in the Court of the Crimson King progressive rock

I’m Listening to Progressive Rock: King Crimson’s In the Court of the Crimson King

Introducing a new recurring column on the past, present and future of prog, beginning with its genesis.