Articles tagged space rock

Maserati: Rehumanizer

The listener may find him or herself wondering why we need a brand new record of this kind of stuff in 2015.

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Destruction Unit: Negative Feedback Resistor

As metal and punk, hardcore and thrash, this space invasion storms over you.

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Polyon - “Reserve” (audio) (premiere)

The DC band excels at slow-distorted beauty, as this beautiful track proves.

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Steve Moore - “Sam vs Kai” (audio) (premiere)

The member of Zombi continues to emerge as a first-rate film score composer, this time for the new horror flick Cub.

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Black Mountain: Black Mountain (10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)

This reissue of Canadian group’s debut album gets the deluxe treatment, doubling its length and lessening its impact.

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Flying Saucer Attack: Instrumentals

Instrumentals balances simplicity and depth, abrasiveness and beauty, with rare skill, reminding anyone who does not already know that Flying Saucer Attack are masters of this type of music.

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Aidan Baker: The Confessional Tapes

One of heavy music's most prolific and interesting artists makes a quiet, patient album that stands with his best work.

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Broken Bells: After the Disco

After the Disco rides that morning after wave, holding up a mirror to cast a dark reflection on the fun that's come and gone.

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30 Jul 2013 // 10:05 PM


Brooklyn space-rock band NAAM maintains a commitment to the exploratory ethos of hallucinogenic rock 'n' roll on its latest album, Vow.

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31 Jul 2011 // 9:00 PM

The Globes: Future Self

While Future Self has a loftiness to it, there are very few individual songs that really stand out – everything is coated in a veneer of desperation, of an almost faux attempt at being down and out for the sheer sake of it.

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28 Mar 2011 // 8:57 PM

Hotels: On the Casino Floor

Imagine if the Smiths collided with OK Computer-era Radiohead on the set of a spaghetti western, and you’ll get an idea of the cinematic scope that Hotels is shooting for.

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Stars of the Lid: And Their Refinement of the Decline

Repetition mesmerizes us, lulls us, and yes, bores us when misused. Fortunately, with the long-awaited new album from SotL, repetition rests in very capable hands.

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//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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