Week in Pop: Grape Room, L.A.Drones!, Littlefoot
Fog Father, Jónó Mí Ló, Naked Hour, guest selections by Eagulls.
The Thermals, “Hey You”
The band has announced a new record, but will it be as good as their Twitter?
A Graceful Scream
Charting the path to Hop Along’s Painted Shut.
Hop Along Share Album Stream
Possibly the band’s spring-iest album to date.
Week in Pop: Shark?, Snow Angel, Yassou Benedict
Andrei Rublev, Dear Blanca, Ghostt Bllonde, OIM, Red Pill, with guest selections by Iji.
Hop Along, “Powerful Man”
Toxic power dynamics explored through dynamic songwriting.
Hop Along, “Waitress”
The first single off their forthcoming album from Saddle Creek.
Week in Pop: Bummer Vacation, Carl Creighton, Dinosaur Feathers, News For Lulu
Is/Is, Lazyeyes, Medicine, Solai, The Yetis, co-curated by Pictureplane.
Week in Pop: BB Guns, DoublePlusGood, Vial of Sound, The Young
AMBDS, A House For Lions, Metaform, Mod Gun, Ensemble Economique, co-curated by Black City Lights.
Reviews: Shilohs, PUJOL, The Rebel Set
Plus Lydia Loveless, Bad History Month, Dust from a 1000 Yrs, and Spanish post-punk.
A formerly free release label with a name coined by Jenny Lewis.
The Thermals unveil new video game for their song “The Sword By My Side”
With the help of The Thermals and some magical sprites, get ready to waste some time.
Tim Kasher of Cursive thinks music is absurd
When you think about it, concerts are not far from musicals.
Week in Pop: 2PPM, Buchanan, Distortion Mirrors, Jason Lescalleet, Parentz
Asheville jazz, Australian anthems, indie LA, contemplative conversations, & Oakland future pop.
Big Harp, “Born Strange” (Books On Tape Remix)
Books On Tape is to Big Harp what Danger Mouse was to The Black Keys.