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Brontide - 'Artery'

Absorbing rather than alienating, feel-filled instead of soul drainingly self-indulgent, and valuing honesty over obfuscation and pretentiousness: Artery is the kind of album you’ll be listening to until you’re old and grey if you afford it the time to sink beneath your skin. 94 more words


Brian Eno Plays "St. Elmo's Fire"

Listen to this track by former Roxy Music member, producer, and ambient art rock forseer Brian Eno. It’s “St. Elmo’s Fire”, a song as featured on his landmark 1975 album… 667 more words



Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Devo – “Ono” from Hardcore Devo Volume One: 74-77 (1990/2013 Rykodisc)

At this point I think a lot of us look back at Devo as those weird Ohio art rockers with  453 more words

The Shuffler

Album Review: Il Sogno Del Marinaio - Canto Secondo

Regardless of what the outside world thinks of his music, Mike Watt digs what Mike Watt does. That sense of self-satisfaction has come in handy over the course of a 35-year career that has seen him take his music in a lot of left-of-center directions. 392 more words

Album Reviews

Live Review: Nine Inch Nails, Soundgarden, and Cold Cave at Irvine's Verizon Wireless Amphitheater (8/22)

Photography by Philip Cosores

“This is that place that used to be called one thing, but now it’s named after some corporation,” commented Soundgarden leader Chris Cornell, referring to Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, formerly Irvine Meadows. 920 more words

Concert Reviews

894. White Light / White Heat - The Velvet Underground

Brief Background: White Light/ White Heat was recorded in September of 1967 and released in 1968. This album came after the group’s partnership with both Andy Warhol and Nico had deteriorated leaving them both out of the project. 224 more words

House of Paris - Mile

If you think genre consistency isn’t post-modern enough and you can’t stand the stench of any cuisine that isn’t a fusion, you’re going to love ‘Mile’ by House Of Paris. 187 more words