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A Hawk and a Hacksaw return to nature on forthcoming album Forest Bathing

The internet has changed transnational realities and how music is circulated and translated across borders and cultures. Any eager beaver can espouse …

Nature

BELL WITCH – MIRROR REAPER ALBUM REVIEW

A tale of death, suffering and pain, told by the ingenious and perverse mind of Dylan Desmond, that never fails to surprise. Bell Witch are back with …

Europe

TVD Radar: Heed the Call! Whakarongo, Nga Tamariki! 17 Prime Soul, Funk and Disco Cuts from Aotearoa 1973 to 1983 in stores now

<b>VIA PRESS RELEASE</b> | <b>Heed the Call! collects the best New Zealand soul, funk, and disco cuts from the afrotastic days of 1973 to 1983. Artists like</b> …

T-shirts

Prurient: Rainbow Mirror Album Review | Pitchfork

Dominick Fernow is not here to make things easy for you. In recent years, the noise trailblazer and Hospital Productions founder has drifted toward respectability, with his military-themed techno project Vatican Shadow taking him out of grimy basements and installing him in superclub DJ booths …

Rust Belt

Brian McBride (Stars of the Lid)

Science

OCS: Memory of a Cut Off Head Album Review | Pitchfork

When OCS originated in 1997, it was the music of a goblin. That’s what John Dwyer recently likened his younger self to on Marc Maron’s “WTF?” podcast, explaining how all the recreational drugs he took alongside his singing-saw-playing friend Patrick Mullins—with the curious goal of creating “the …

Incorporated

Memory of a Cut Off Head suggests OCS could do away with the amps all together

John Dwyer's psych-lovers unleash another '60s-flavoured gem.

Music (UK)

Oh Sees' John Dwyer on What Drives His Endless DIY Quest

As his band releases its 20th album, the prolific musician and label head explains how 'D&D' and a "zen" work ethic fuel his underground empire<p>It's a …

Dungeons and Dragons

Lars Finberg – “Born Shopping” (Prod. Ty Segall)

Multi-instrumentalist Lars Finberg is known for fronting the Intelligence, collaborating with fellow Pacific Northwesterners La Luz, and being a part …

Moonlight

Narcotic Industrial: Street Sects’ “Rat Jacket” Review + Stream

Music is my drug. I now creep through Bandcamp pages and promos sitting in my inbox looking for this high. Most fail to recall the euphoria of the …

Jane's Addiction

Album of the Week: Prurient – Rainbow Mirror

Dominick Fernow’s body of work is fairly difficult to get one’s head around, let alone get one’s hands on. He’s released dozens of albums, EPs, …

Emotions

Episode 862 - John Dwyer

Whether you call his band Thee Oh Sees, Oh Sees, or OCS, there's no denying John Dwyer's prolific musical output. From garage bands in Providence to …

Iggy Pop

Counterfeit Madison – “I Hope It’s Alright” Video

It’s hard to understate the dynamic presence Sharon Udoh has become within the Columbus creative community since she moved up from Cincinnati in 2009 …

Refrigerator (Dennis of Shrimper Records) preps 11th LP (listen to “High Desert Lows”)

Dennis Callaci has run <b>Shrimper Records</b> since 1990, releasing records over the last 27 years by the likes of The Folk Implosion, The Mountain Goats, …

Vinyl Records

Songs We Love: The She's, 'Sorry'

The video for "Sorry" by San Francisco's The She's is the stuff dreams are made of. A beautiful duo frolics on the beach, the sun is shining, the sparks are flying, a sweet series of kisses are shared in the surf, and, as in so many dreams, the whole thing is tinged with a creeping sense of …

Flat Worms: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

<b>Flat Worms</b><b>Cluny, Newcastle</b><b>14th October 2017</b><b>A tirade of riffs befall us as Flat Worms set about slaying Newcastle with their impressive garage rock,</b> …

All hail the 20 years and 20 albums of John Dwyer’s Oh Sees/OCS/Thee Oh Sees

“I think I’m going to move on to a funk metal band next,” deadpans John Dwyer out of nowhere. “I mean, I have no problem with garage rock, but I …

Axl Rose

Graded on a Curve: John Frusciante, Niandra LaDes and Usually Just a T-Shirt

<b>John Frusciante is primarily known as a guitarist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, filling that role from 1988-’92 and again from ’98-’07. Shortly</b> …

Clothing

Oh Sees – “Nite Expo” Video

Thee Oh Sees, or Oh Sees, or OCS, or whatever John Dwyer is calling his band these days, have a new album coming out next month. But today, they're …

Movies

Brown Acid: the sound that rock forgot

Via his cult compilations, Lance Barresi has dug up rare and oddball hard rock and heavy psych cuts that provided the soundtrack to the hippy comedown<p>In the age of “music overload”, when it’s possible to access millions of songs via YouTube, Spotify and Apple Music, is it really possible to find …

Amazing

stream proto-metal comp ‘Brown Acid: The Fifth Trip’

RidingEasy Records and Chicago/LA record store Permanent Records are back with the fifth installment of their compilation series, <i>Brown Acid</i>. If …

Video Premiere: Katie von Schleicher – Midsummer

Video Premiere:Katie von Schleicher<i>Midsummer</i>–<i>words by tom johnson</i>–<b>“The initial concept sprung from the video for Whitesnake’s Is This Love…”</b>As …

Music (UK)

Prurient details 7xLP album Rainbow Mirror

<b>New albums from Prurient and Godflesh coming on Hospital Productions.</b>Dominick Fernow has detailed his new album as Prurient, <i>Rainbow Mirror</i>, which is …

Brutal

Brown Acid: The Fifth Trip

A great pick n mix of groovy oddities and raging, underground lost treasures.

Billy Gibbons

Spirit Adrift

<i>Curse of Conception</i>Born for Burning This planet is a grave, and <b>Spirit Adrift</b>’s sophomore LP is the eulogy we all deserveRecord Label: 20 Buck …

Spirituality

Anna St. Louis' 'First Songs' Reach Back To Laid-Back '60s Folk

Anna St. Louis' fingerpicked patterns wander through John Fahey and Elizabeth Cotten fields, her voice soft and warm; tall grass in a long day's sun. Her debut solo release, <i>First Songs</i>, looks to '60s folk, but the L.A.-based singer-songwriter comes from Kansas City punk and the Philly art scene. …

Bell Witch : Mirror Reaper

It’s remarkable how grief has transformed Bell Witch. Their debut record <i>Longing</i> was one of the most profoundly harrowing funeral doom records at the …

Graded on a Curve: Laura Baird, I Wish I Were a Sparrow

<b>Thus far, it’s been Meg who’s cultivated the highest musical profile outside the Baird Sisters, but now multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter,</b> …

Jazz

Rituals of Doom: Inside Amenra's Singular Vision of Religion, Modern Society

Man's curse of consciousness — with its nagging questions of, Who are we and why are we here? — has haunted humanity since the days when we scrawled …