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Nerftoss Gets Crushed
8.9

Nerftoss Gets Crushed

Baltimore electronic artist Nerftoss, aka John Jones from Dope Body, drops a mixtape of left field house music on the inimitable NNA Tapes. Crushed is a stream of consciousness amalgamation with live acoustic percussion, drum machines, synths [See More]

A Moon Shaped Pool
9.1

A Moon Shaped Pool

Radiohead has not yet made this album available for public streaming without a subscription. Please accept the above streamed single as a very recent but unrelated free download. When the album becomes [See More]

Too Significant to Ignore
8

Too Significant to Ignore

The sound landscape of AJ Cornell and Tim Darcy is a forest of poetry and experimental noise. “Spit of the 1980s,” a track on Andrea-Jane Cornell and Tim Darcy’s new album Too Significant [See More]

Preamble Speaks Volumes
9

Preamble Speaks Volumes

Qasim Ali Naqvi reintroduces the simmering drama of Film Noir. Known for his lean dexterous drumming in the modern acoustic trio Dawn of Midi, Qasim Ali Naqvi leaves behind the rhythmic imperative, taking [See More]

Ancient Timeless Gnawa Music
8.1

Ancient Timeless Gnawa Music

Innov Gnawa imports Arab mysticism to the post-post-modern world. Throughout the last decade, a market has grown for obscure “world music” collections, anthologies, and remasters, spawning indie labels with a niche in [See More]

“Hot Head” Melts the Genre
9

“Hot Head” Melts the Genre

It’s an exciting time to be a Death Grips fan. Just under a year after the release of their avant-thrashing, cyber-punk double album The Powers That B, the infamous trio have announced a [See More]

Love and Free Jazz
6.5

Love and Free Jazz

Snail Meets West is two lo-fi songwriters nodding to Ornette. On the album’s download page the credits read, “Recorded in loving memory of Ornette Coleman.” The legendary pioneer of “free jazz” died [See More]

Talentless White Lady
5.7

Talentless White Lady

New Download at Union Pole via Butte County Free Music Society. I’m in a band just like Bren’t Lewiis Ensemble, so watching Talentless White Lady (the Video pt 3] felt familiar. Some old [See More]

In The Center of It All
8.5

In The Center of It All

A Posthumous Review of Blackstar by David Bowie. On January 7th, the academic journal Nature published historic evidence that will push physicists in new directions concerning large-amplitude oscillations in black holes. These oscillations, [See More]