Week in Pop: LIFER, Parentz, Pastel
Alpha Consumer, Diners, Film Jacket 35, Motion Graphics, guest selections by Future Islands.
Ex-Cult, “Summer of Fear”
Just don’t let it be yours.
Week in Pop: IZE, Oreo Jones, Sam Vicari, vhs dream
Ranch Ghost, Ravi Shavi, Sam Humans, guest selections by Gigi Masin & Tempelhof.
Purling Hiss, “My, My, My”
Everything old is new again.
Scully, “Don’t Want That”
Plus a conversation with the band that shares their LAMC split with La Luz.
Zig Zags, “Sunken City”
A punk manual for the disenchanted.
Chris Weisman, “I Took It Off A Record”
Less condos more lo-fi.
Picket Line vs Picket Fence: an interview with Tim Presley
Discussing world issues, professional recordings, marriage, and cats from his Echo Park home.
Parquet Courts, White Fence, and Speedy Ortiz to release new benefit splits
Good music for a good cause.
Mikal Cronin, “Soul In Motion”
Cronin uses anxiety and melody to remind us we should be feeling bad.
Fuzz, “Till The End Of The Day (Kinks cover)”
A cover that actually succeeds, sped up times a thousand.
Famous Class to put test pressings and sold out limited edition vinyl on eBay
And it's for charity, so don't be a dick about it.
Future Islands, “Tin Man (Live At Death By Audio 2012)”
The second track from the Famous Class playable flexi book.
Thee Oh Sees, “Lupine Dominus (Live At Death By Audio 2012)”
DBA's questionable air conditioning gets put on trial by Thee Oh Sees.
Famous Class to release Live at Death By Audio 2012 on playable flexibook
The coolest multidimensional delivery of live music we've seen yet.