A noisy new track from Damon McMahon’s upcoming record, Love, featuring members of Arcade Fire and Godspeed You! Black Emperor.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Four years later, Knoxville, TN remains the stomping grounds for eclecticism in music.
The title track from the band’s forthcoming LP.
We took many, many trips to the record store this year.
Plus, John Cale, Television, Marc Ribot, Tim Hecker, and others.
Plus, our Photographer of the Year.
Panda Bear, Sky Ferreira, Savages, Yo La Tengo, and many, many more.
Allelujah! Don’t Bend! Ascend! named Canada’s best album.
One of these 10 albums will be named Canada’s best album.
A universal language like nothing you’ve ever heard.
On metal, his trilogy’s narrative base, and Justin Vernon’s vocal capabilities.
The third and final installment in his New History Warfare trilogy.
A major-key sister of a previously-released song.
Darkness continues to loom large with anything these two collaborate on.
Bon Iver mastermind contributed vocals.
Some veterans, some noise, and some Wavves.
Plus, a boatload of spring tour dates
Bon Iver singer to be featured on 36% of the album’s songs.
Performing sections of “The End of Your Suffering” and “Judges”.
The best album featuring only a baritone and bass saxophone of 2012.
One of the leading Dutch festivals piles on the talent.
The Mountain Goats, Liars, Sun O))), and Danny Brown also appearing.
It’s called The Alone Together Tour.
Watch performances of “Holocene” and “Beth/Rest”.
The Only Bass Saxophone Player You Know hits the road.
Lived any good albums lately?
Twenty minutes of raw, pulsing bass saxophone: A lot better than that might appear.
Lots of wild cards here.
The sax man cometh.