If ever there was to be an anthem for rejecting normality and modern society in 2017, it would be Tau Cross’ “Killing the King.” Embracing a myriad of philosophical intentions under a lining of history, the supergroup returns with their follow-up to 2015’s amazing self-titled debut. Continue reading Tau Cross “Killing the King” is just what you need today
Much has already been written about the new single, “Doomed”, released in anticipation of Moses Sumney’s debut album under Jagjaguwar, and within 30-seconds it is clear why. Continue reading Moses Sumney is “Doomed”
It’s been said that beauty is simplicity, although that may be slightly misguided. With a trio like Ex-Easter Island Head, simplicity breeds beauty, exudes it. “Twenty-Two Strings” is a piece that somehow piloted underneath my radar until its stylistic video was released, created by Venya Krukitov and Tommy Husband, providing a companionship that exceeds transcendent. Continue reading Ex Easter Island Head video for “Twenty-Two Strings”
There are few things to consider more comforting than new music coming from Deerhoof (and the subsequent side projects that stem from the group) in times as troubling as we find ourselves in. Self-denial is on the rise. What have we done wrong? What do we do from here? Continue reading NEW Deerhoof “I Will Spite Survive”
A room, devoid of all life and filled with an all-consuming darkness. Permeating. You don’t know how long it’s been. How long you’ve been here. There’s no light. No hope. A flash of feedback sounds nearby, a piercing needle that worms its way through what you considered normal. Continue reading CLPPNG – clipping.
If the idea of your greatest nightmares come alive in song doesn’t excite you, then perhaps you’re a hardened shell of a person, never being afraid of anything as a child. And if you have, then you know there was a little whisper of you that loved every second of it. Continue reading American Gothic – Creature Feature