An afternoon spent listening to new music can be a bit of a slog, but finding one decent album can make it all worth it, as is the case with The Microphones’ “The Glow, Pt. 2.”
Dan Deacon and Dave Hughes give us a new music-video anthem.
Enjoy this gallery of Swedish dance bands of the 70s and marvel over just how We’re not sure where the horror begins or ends, visually, much less what they sound like.
“Light the joint and paint your nails, [it’s] Dolly Parton’s 67th birthday.” So says one of our favorite gender-benders Jer Ber Jones, who sent us this spontaneous 30-minute tribute to Dolly Parton — something he promised a friend he’d make nearly 20 years ago. Using Spotify and YouTube, Jer Ber Jones was up until 4:00am […]
From Terrorbird Media: “Up and coming Suffolk, UK trio The Soft quietly released a debut EP in 2011 that melted the hazier parts of bedroom produced electronic music (see: Vondelpark) matched with haunting washed over vocals that sporadically hit on off kilter samples and hints of Arthur Russell. Following some extended UK touring through the […]
Dubstep artist, Skrillex, can be a polarizing figure from everything we’ve seen and read about him. No music is universally loved or hated, but one creative Tumblr user is looking to ““Skrill” everybody in the world“, by photoshopping Skrillex’s iconic hair and glasses onto whomever, or whatever, he deems fit. Our opinion of Skrillex and […]
A young photographer coming of age in the San Fernando Valley, Brad Elterman would borrow his parents’ car to drive over the hill into Hollywood, where he captured 1970s rock history in the making.
Like peanut butter and chocolate, there’s Public Enemy and Black Flag. Or maybe Eminem and the Clash is more your speed? Tupac Shakur and X?
South Africa’s greatest, and possibly only, rap duo is out with a new video for “Baby’s On Fire.” Enjoy the mad, strange world they keep creating with their videos, and see if your version of saying grace measures up to theirs.
Almost every wide-eyed, dreamy child wants to grow up to be an expert drum-circle manager. Although those other dreams of rocketing to Mars, running away to join the circus, or becoming a fireman have fallen by the wayside, you can still be a drum circle expert. Or just watch this video instead.