Today’s sound of the day forges a bridge from Alaska to Switzerland: the band’s called END and they’ll tour with The Boxer Rebellion in the following week.
A record somewhere in between liberation and reluctance – Thurston Moore’s ‘The Best Day’ struggles to define his own individual sound.
The essence of a postmodern legacy: …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead return to a constraint, focussed version of their thriving rock on ‘IX’.
Three records, three strikes: We Were Promised Jetpacks’ “Unravelling” shows what an organically grown band is capable of achieving.
As British threesome Esben and the Witch recently reported back with their epic record ‘A New Nature’, we took some time to confront them with some movies.
Blonde Redhead successfully defend their unique artistic position with their ninth album “Barragán”, while drawing a conclusion from their own discography.
Their first record in over 20 years is the Pixies’ contribution to the discussion about the necessity of reunions – Indie Cindy is too okay to be good.