Week in Pop: Electric Eye, Gene the Southern Child x Parallel Thought, The Mantles, Princess Century
Putting the red-and-blue-lens glasses on to analyze the indie pop world in all 3 dimensions.
Week in Pop: Big Tits, Gabriel White, Luxury Liners, Mozart's Sister, Seasick Mama
Cool cats, sisters and brothers, mamas and papas, and the music world in a week.
Week in Pop: Curly Castro, James Wallace & the Naked Light, Prism House
Through the hypnagogic indie pop vortex we go.
Rod Meyer of Eat Skull
Divorces and vitamin D deficiencies in Portland inform Eat Skull's least mean-spirited album.
Week in Pop: Doctor Magnum, The Embassy, The History of Colour TV, Lovely Bad Things, Nervous Nellie, Young Boys
Summing up all the weekly good things, bad things, great things, & indie pop things.
Week in Pop: Ablebody, The Deer Tracks, DSTVV, sayknowledge
Rolling with this week's headiest pop crews.
The Best Labels of 2012
We expanded to a Top 25 and still don't feel as though we've done justice.
Eat Skull, “Where'd You Go”
The Portland band sheds some of their scuzz and asks us not to say that.
Eat Skull, “How Do I Know When To Say Goodnight?”
Three years is a long time to wait, but Eat Skull have an opus on their hands.
The Babies, “Moonlight Mile”
A sinister heart beats below an innocent track.
Woods, “Cali in a Cup”
On their new song, Woods decide hi-fi is the new lo-fi.
See Woods Jam for 11 Minutes
In front of a giant Mark Di Suvero Sculpture in upstate New York.
Tim Presley of White Fence
On playing music with his brother, recording with Ty Segall, and the magic of Big Sur.
Ganglians, “Close Encounters”
It's an oldie, but it should tide you over.
White Fence double album Family Perfume coming soon
Start at the beginning with "It Will Never Be".