Dale W. Eisinger
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The Debauchees, “Rancid Dancin'”
A little number for the non-dancing introverts to live by.
David Kanaga, “OGST”
A gaming soundtrack of heavy house beats aimed at sentient particles.
Darren Sylvester, “Don't Do That To Yourself”
High gloss pop from an Aussie chap with Pink and Springsteen on the mind.
Desert Heat, “Chimay Blues”
A trio of Steve Gunn, John Truscinski, and Cian Nugent coin dust bowl rock.
The Ancients, “Molokai”
Adding another link in the multidimensional daisy chain.
Bushwalking, “No Enter”
Not to be confused with the neighborhood in Brooklyn.
New Millennium Prayer – NYMPH
NYMPH are experimental spiritualists with a boundless record.
The Subtle Body Wears a Shadow – Diamond Terrifier
Get reborn (in a Bodhisattva sense) in 30 minutes with Diamond Terrifier.
Dystopico – Kriget
Sweden’s Kriget could have titled its record Music For Abandoned Warehouses.
Deerhunter's fifth studio album finds the florescence of junk, the despair of art.
My favorite videos of musicians on daytime television
It's not often Ricki Lake gets us thinking.
Top Ten Hits of the End of the World – Prince Rama
Prince Rama give Brooklyn a Now: That’s What I Call Music compilation for the apocalypse.
Yes It Will – Rafiq Bhatia
Rafiq Bhatia answers Sam Cooke’s civil rights anthem with a commanding "yes" in fusion.
You Are Always On Our Minds – The Hand To Man Band
The Hand To Man Band are the free thinkers willing to be whatever you like.
Northside 2012: Sacred Bones Records Showcase at Glasslands Gallery
One of our favorite record labels presents a showcase featuring some of their finest acts.
Interview Week: Neil Hamburger
The comedian gives us a primer on being awful to corporations on Twitter – and a Pulitzer!
Grass Widow Write Their Own Mantras
Hannah Lew of the San Francisco band talks about grief, hope, and doing it yourself for real.
Alexandra Stewart, “Soul Like a Ghost”
A singer/songwriter who stands up for production values and her own voice.
Tim Presley of White Fence
On playing music with his brother, recording with Ty Segall, and the magic of Big Sur.