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Sonic Youth Play "Teen Age Riot"

Listen to this track by experimental rock noise makers from New York City Sonic Youth. It’s “Teen Age Riot”, a breakthrough song from an equally breakthrough record in 1988’s… 742 more words


Album Review: Deerhoof - Fever 121614

There’s one key adjective to describe Deerhoof live: wild. The band’s sound itself can be divisive for crowds, as it often leaps through the deconstructed borderlands between punk, art rock, and noise pop. 378 more words

Album Reviews

Random Start: Prize Country - “Cement”

I found out about this band when I was researching what happened to the noisecore band Shamelady. Prize Country isn’t the same Playing Enemy influenced noisiness, but more of a post-hardcore outfit, but like Hot Water Music/Quicksand post-hardcore, not that Saosin/Circa Survive/Chiodos post-hardcore.

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#19. The Jesus and Mary Chain - 'Mushroom' (Can cover)

Big boys playing big tunes.

Live, circa 1986, bringing their chorused-out, grinding noise to one of the more under-appreciated tracks from Can’s early-seventies Tago Mago… 32 more words

This Fine Day...

Savages share pummeling new song "T.I.W.Y.G." -- listen

Photo​ ​by​ Ben Kaye

On January 22nd, Savages are due to follow up their 2013 debut, Silence Yourself , with their sophomore effort, Adore Life… 178 more words


Robocobra Quartet - Iwazaru/Mizaru

In the way that groups like The Bad Plus, GoGo Penguin and EST reimagined the piano trio as a way of creating a mongrel breed of jazz, rock and electronica in a much more in-in-your-face style than many jazz audiences were used to, Robocobra Quartet re-imagines the horn led quartet as a strange brooding, post-punk beast that takes as many queues from post-hardcore groups like… 549 more words