San Francisco-based producer Al Lover has honored the late great Don Van Vliet (aka Captain Beefheart) with Safe as Milk Replica, a “distorted reworking” of
A mere three weeks after announcing a show at Radio City Music Hall, Explosions in the Sky have released details about their forthcoming record, Take
Continuing out look at the year’s most notable television events, here’s what happened in May 2010.
Last Wednesday night, Steven Ellison (aka Flying Lotus) and his Brain Feeder label mates took over DJ Benji B’s BBC Radio 1 show. During the
Aiming to create a monster every day, artist David Irvine’s fascinating process emphasizes “experimentation with styles and medium and mood”. “I have a passion
Mike Skinner, a.k.a. the Streets, has dropped a brand-new mixtape on the Internet. Given Soundcloud’s ever-growing trendy hipness, he has chosen that
On Lohio's debut video for “Adelai”, which is the lead single for Family Tree, the group aims for an Arcade Fire-like grand statement—complete with a visual meditation on adolescent wistfulness and anxiety—and the effort pays off brilliantly.
Beyond the punk hype, the seminal Please Kill Me and other distinctly unique published works. Beyond the erudite caricature and inside track on the New York City underbelly, Legs McNeil is a friend.
France's Emilie Simon relocates to NYC and records a "transcription of the impression [she] had of New York, with both a black and white musical feel to it."
Anika captures the fractured cultural decadence of the Weimar Republic and the musical wandering of the '80s post-punk era while miraculously sounding resolutely futuristic.