Tome to the Weather Machine
Daring Ear is a dreamy, doozy dose of drowsy bedroom pop
With the first tape eaten by an R2D2 player, a second copy warrants a proper review.
Bill Baird, or his editor, sent me a big package…
Sifting through the self-deprecation for a Rock and Roll godsend placed here to kick ass.
Scammers, Magic Carpet Ride
Using Disney's "Aladdin" as a euphemism for sex… because we all know those peeps are pervs anyway.
Apollo Vermouth, Burning in Heaven
Apollo Vermouth returns with a new (free, and entirely different) album.
Inez Lightfoot, “Tooth and Nail”
The uncomfortable mundanity of life personified.
Nicholas Szczepanik, The Truth of Transience
The Tome finds the dark place in the drone.
Heralding the return of the kraut guitar or not?
MHFS, The Grey Lynn Homeless Set
Your home hi-fi stereo system, cracking its knuckles.
Anduin, Stolen Years
Lost ——>> Found
Videodrone: Chris Rehm, “Coming Up Roses”
Using an analogue technique to create a true video drone.
Videodrone: Secret Colors, “Higher Views”
Effervescent, bouyant mixes of effects-laden guitars, synths, and found-sounds.
A delicate work of melancholic beauty from the Santa Barbara songstress and her band.
John Swana, Abohm
Jazz just got back from the future.
An Interview with Kate Lesta of Communikey
How a supremely innovative music festival took hold in Boulder.
Soothing synths and prickly blips from the Seattle sound wizard.