Pixies’ Doggerel switches between rock and folk drastically. The crisp production perfectly serves this dynamic, but for foggy ideas and fabricated whimsy.
We dance this mess around, get out our lava lamps, and explore why the B-52’s 1979 debut album is one of the best pop records ever made.
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In this excerpt of British punk history book, ‘No Machos or Pop Stars’, the Mekons, Gang of Four, and Delta 5 put their anti-hierarchical, anti-capitalist, feminist theory to the test.
IndieMatters highlights the best indie releases from rising artists in September, featuring Booter, Francis Lung, Well Wisher, Nisa, Ailsa Tully, Hana Stretton, and Catrin Vincent.