A gorgeous mesh of outsider pop that traces the digital condition.
Articles by Sasha Geffen
Stetson looks nothing like a rock band, but he belongs in that world
Get lost in the clockwork prog-pop.
Even if there’s no future, EMA finds beauty in the now.
Does Floyd imitate The Lips? Or do The Lips imitate Floyd? Stop laughing.
A cheerful Tom Krell brings sad music back home to Chicago.
Liars’ second electronic outing carries some dead weight.
A raw, volatile record that grapples with what most punk won’t touch.
Not a revisiting, but a redefining.
The kind of songwriting to follow all the way through the digestive tract.
Divided between dense, hot energy and obtuse, poetic lyrics.
Wearing all the trappings of “dark” without any substance to challenge the listener.