On their second LP of the year, Thee Oh Sees chase after low-key psychedelics with impressive results.
A companion piece to the garage rock outfit’s A Weird Exits LP.
From the band’s upcoming full-length, An Odd Entrances.
Here are 10 tracks more likely to give you sweet dreams than creepy nightmares.
Companion LP to August’s A Weird Exits arrives next month.
Joanna Newsom, The Shins, Savages and many others highlighted our weekend in England.
Primus, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Television, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Deerhunter, The Black Angels, and more to play Joshua Tree festival.
John Dwyer sharpens his talons and absolutely shreds.
The follow-up to 2015’s Mutilator Defeated at Last features double-drumming intensity.
Featuring LCD Soundsystem, M83, Flying Lotus, Oneohtrix Point Never, and many more.
Label owner Larry Hardy reflects on records by Ty Segall, The Gories, Jay Reatard, and other legends of the scene.
The seminal indie rockers will release their tenth studio album, A Weird Exits, in August.