Helen, “Motorcycle”

The new project from Grouper’s Liz Harris.

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.

Yumi Zouma, “The People’s Princess Mix”

A mix dedicated to the last day of the 7:30a.m. alarm.

Mexican Summer announces “New Myths” multimedia fest in Marfa, TX

A three-day event with Iceage, Blood Orange, Grouper, and more.

Week in Pop: Draag, Iris, Sola

Featuring Harlem Sekani, Sarob., SMLH, holidays hits, co-curated by Teen Suicide.

The Best Music of October 2014

Ten albums that brought consistency to a difficult month.

Grouper, Ruins

Achingly beautiful, Ruins is a tug-of-war with intimacy and the outside world.

Patterns from the outside: an interview with Grouper

With her tenth album, Liz Harris is observing from a stripped perspective.

Week in Pop: Bummer Vacation, Carl Creighton, Dinosaur Feathers, News For Lulu

Is/Is, Lazyeyes, Medicine, Solai, The Yetis, co-curated by Pictureplane.

Raum, “Blood Moon”

A companion project makes their spacious, effecting debut.

Advisory chats with Meg Remy of U.S. Girls

Her best advice, "don't piss in the wind."

Download and stream the new Grouper mix for FACT Mag

Haunting the cold walls with Liz Harris.

Mobb Deep, The Rats, Waxahatchee added to Chaos in Tejas lineup

The other Austin takeover.

5 releases making 2011 amazing

Here's five (well, six) records that I've been enjoying very, very much in 2011.

Grouper, “Hold”

This music haunts me, and I know it always will…


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