Tuesday, October 21 2014
Thurston Moore's most ambitious solo album and possibly the best Sonic Youth-related release since 2004's Sonic Nurse.
Thursday, July 25 2013
Thick Syrup does it again. Twenty years after the fact, they're releasing something mainstream America won't understand for another 20 years... by design.
Wednesday, May 25 2011
Thurston sounds like Thurston, even when he's acoustic. He's just not nearly as interesting.
Wednesday, March 16 2011
This surprisingly coherent, entirely instrumental soundtrack is a testament to the range and power of a veteran band that, despite what you may have heard, is only getting better.
Tuesday, March 30 2010
Between the two extremes of Uppers and Downers the third choice of the happy medium would serve Cobra Killer much better.
Wednesday, December 9 2009
Senso from White Out and friends is out. Real out, man.
Sunday, October 25 2009
Sub Pop's first lens on the grunge scene offers an early look at the signs of flannel to come, and the distinctive regional imprints on the sounds that followed punk.
Sunday, October 11 2009
Guy Blakeslee can reach into kitschy territory, but with this massive power trio, there is potential for success without compromising artistic integrity.
Sunday, June 7 2009
It's official: Sonic Youth’s Geffen days are behind them. So, too, it seems, are the pop flirtations that developed with them.
Thursday, October 2 2008
Thurston Moore revisits his 1995 solo album Psychic Hearts with Steve Shelley, Chris Brokaw, and a bass player called Mutilator along for the ride.