A Place to Bury Strangers
The New York noise-gazers balance their cacophony and sonic experiments with some of their strongest post-punk sounds to date.
Hear new single “Let’s See Each Other”
A bite-sized sampling of the NYC shoegaze/noise-rock group’s well-tuned sonics.
Iceage, Black Country New Road, A Place to Bury Strangers and more.
The New York noise-punks temper their noise and let their sound breathe.
A retrospective on one of the most influential labels in underground and electronic music.
Hear new track “Never Coming Back.”
We talk about our favorite records from 1995, including GZA, PJ Harvey, Fugazi and Elliott Smith.
New York group’s latest less of a shoegaze revival album and more of an eerie, piercing and intense noise punk album.
NYC shoegazers’ fourth album now streaming via NPR.
Mysterious figures, skulls and VHS effects.
Hear new track, “Straight.”
Noise as religion.
The next generation of noise makers.
An ear-splitting teaser.
Oliver Ackermann discusses Exploding Head and more.
Your head a-splode.
Our summary of the most interesting and exciting releases on the horizon.
A marathon LoS session to cleanse the palate.