Week in Pop: Body Song, Scarves, Tom Brosseau
Kera & the Lesbians, Oddnesse, Swamp Meat, Ty Richards, guest selections by Esmé Patterson.
Fred Thomas, “Voiceover”
A visual pattern for the strong backbone of the song.
Stef Chura, “Slow Motion”
A pink bathroom party visualizes her collab with Molly Soda and Fred Thomas.
The Best Albums of 2015
75 records that captured our hearts and demanded our attention.
Stream Edgar’s Friends BLM benefit comp, No Ruido No Noise
Featuring Downtown Boys, Pinky Swear, Fred Thomas, Radiator Hospital, and more.
The Best Music of 2015 (So Far)
The most exciting new music our contributors have heard this year.
Fred Thomas, “Cops Don’t Care Pt. II”
From his eighth full-length, All Are Saved.
Stream Fred Thomas’ All Are Saved
Beautifully humble, yet boldly passionate.
Fred Thomas has more to say
Talking to the Michigan songwriter about his eighth solo album. Plus the premiere of “Every Song Sung To A Dog”.
Week in Pop: CARE, Drug Cabin, Happy Lives, Seatraffic, Shotty, Snubluck, True Lust
Cuushe, Drew Dave, Jacques le Coque, Miniboone, Red Vienna, co-curated by Atelier Ciseaux.
Week in Pop: Cotillon, Negative Death, Safari Al, Taft, TIO
Featuring Bohkeh, Mobius, Tall Boys, Yumi Zouma, co-curated by Malportado Kids.
Fred Thomas formerly of Saturday Looks Good To Me and now of City Center dangles pizza in front of dogs' faces and watches children trip on LSD.