Geoff Nelson's Posts
Small Scales Up: Bellows Goes Pop
Kalb hopes the writing of the record helped him move forward.
Falling Apart, Moving Together: Forth Wanderers Continues to Figure Out the Future
The future sluices backwards into the past.
Erik Phillips of Cat Be Damned Discusses Daydreams in a Roach Motel, Introversion
It can be hard being quiet.
Lorenzo Cook Talks Petite League and Syracuse DIY
One half of the ebullient pop outfit reflects on an international education and connecting with Yours Truly for No Hitter.
Pinegrove’s Public Interiors
In the wake of Cardinal, Pinegrove reckons with the beauty and terror of scaling up.
How Two Canadian Musicians Helped Oust the Conservative Regime
Dan Mangan and Torquil Campbell asked their audience to #ImagineOctober20th and provoked the ire of the Conservative regime. What happens next?
SPORTS Are Dead, Long Live SPORTS
College rock—here, the blithe passion and optimism of undergrad education—confronts the world.
Long Neck stretches farther
Talking with Lily Mastrodimos of Jawbreaker Reunion about her new solo project.
Palehound laughs at the past
Ellen Kempner on writing, learning, growing, and her new LP, Dry Food.
Between the stage and the crowd
Dan Deacon on serendipity, collective mass, and Gliss Riffer.
The Limits of Cool with Parkay Quarts and Ariel Pink
An ironic 25 year-old gathers no moss.
Diet Cig, “Harvard”
Fuck your Ivy league sweater.
Los Angeles Police Department, “Oh Lonely Night”
Deck the halls with loneliness in your festive christmas sweater.
The Beautiful States, Every Little Thing
One final review for the Emo Revival archives of 2014.
Diarrhea Planet, Aliens In The Outfield EP
Like many EPs, Aliens In The Outfield is a crux between the past and a bright, bright future.
Misty-Schmisty: Father John Misty’s Letterman Performance & the End of Mass Cultural Critique
Everybody’s talking about his Letterman performance but is it worth the words?
Achingly beautiful, Ruins is a tug-of-war with intimacy and the outside world.
Foxygen, … And Star Power
Foxygen prove to be the trainwreck they’ve desired most and it still make it easy to look away.
Mr Twin Sister, Mr Twin Sister
In the minds of Mr Twin Sister no landscape is ever complete or finished.