Week in Pop: Baseball Gregg, Future Twin, Versing
Gurus, JAUNT, Kingsley Flood, Zoos of Berlin, guest selections by Sunflower Bean.
Suicide, The Vacant Lots, and Pharmakon at Webster Hall
The first Saturday night in March at Webster Hall was a loud and noisy one.
5 Questions with Prolife
A Melbourne-based industrial offshoot from Slug Guts.
Station to Station: A Nomadic Happening at Riverfront Studios
A cross country art & music excursion with resident musician Ariel Pink begins in Brooklyn.
Deastro, Keep Clear EP
The many faces of Randolph Chabot blur into one.
Al Lover blows out Suicide's “Ghost Rider”
What if Alan Vega and Martin Rev started a pysch-band rather than an industrial synth one?
Week in Pop: Bam Spacey, Capital STEEZ, Shmu
Trekking the astral plane and cosmos for pop nuggets.
Patrick & Charlie of Blouse
Songs about heaven. Songs good for the road. Songs of influential measure.
More Moogfest acts added
Holy crap, that's a lot of big names.
Primavera Sound, Day 1
Dirty Beaches covers “No Fun”
The melding of protopunks.
Pink Priest selects and writes on some of the records that most influenced him.