Shannon Fields has assembled something of a companion piece to the 2018 Leverage Models album Whites, with stunning results on Greys. Plus, the album benefits the Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees in upstate New York.
On the 22-track concept album Zdenka 2080, Bay Area musician and planetary scientist Salami Rose Joe Louis shuffles nu jazz, dream pop, and hip-hop vibes into the soundtrack for a dystopian sci-fi allegory of ecocidal capitalism.
Part of New York City's vibrant art and music scene in the early 1980s, Disturbed Furniture still kick with the shock of the new in 2019. Vocalist Alexa Hunter looks back at walking among the Hells Angels and the city's art elite.
In 1969, the deeply strange musician known as Captain Beefheart released an album that is still ahead of its time a half-century later. PopMatters spoke with musicians and writers about this landmark work of art and why it continues to fascinate.
Lingua Ignota's second full-length CALIGULA continues her blend of opera, neoclassical darkwave, and death industrial. She transforms shattering lamentations into empowered declarations against misogyny, while also complicating the dominant narratives of women's trauma.
A recent vinyl-only release looks back on the early years of the revolutionary Moog synthesizer, ahead of a 2020 documentary about the man who created the machine. Jason Amm (Solvent) tells us about this history.