Molchat Doma's Monument makes the subtle point that water pressing on weak foundations will undercut and topple even the most colossal testament to man's hubris.
On I Must Be Living Twice, Black Marble pleases fans with studio versions of recent live covers of songs by Robert Palmer, Wire, the Field Mice, and Grouper.
Brooklyn's Wetware have created a wild collection of industrial noise on Flail that sounds more like an intense fever dream than anything else.
Benjamin John Power of Fuck Buttons fame takes his latest Blanck Mass record, Animated Violence Mild, to the stage, exposing the full blown brutality of his extravagant electronics.
Black Marble leaves behind the obscure, lo-fi, and dim essence of the past for the brighter, more melodic, synthpoppy Bigger Than Life.
Jenny Hval's The Practice of Love is a playful, conceptual pop record that makes sorting through its heady themes as fun as listening to it.
Blanck Mass' Animated Violence Mild drops unrelenting electro-industrial melodies, practicing excess to explore personal grief and the global devastation of consumerism.
SPELLLING’s ‘Mazy Fly’ Revels in a Celestial Imagination, a Consciousness in Accordance with Afrofuturism and Wake Work
SPELLLING's second full-length Mazy Fly escapes present genres and ages, from witching primeval ballads, sultry alternative R&B, to intergalactic disco. Simply, it's celestial, Afrofuturist, and wake work.
Jozef Van Wissem and Jim Jarmusch Continue their Unlikely Collaboration with the Dark, Droning ‘An Attempt to Draw Aside the Veil’
It's an odd combination, but Dutch lute player Jozef Van Wissem and celebrated film director Jim Jarmusch make gloomy magic on their new album.
John Carpenter’s New ‘Halloween’ Is a Father-Son Bonding Activity Remembering Times Past Rather Than Finding New Places to Go
John Carpenter revisits his most iconic work of horror with a brand new soundtrack for the 40th anniversary of Halloween.