July 29, 2013
Teenage Rage scopes out the leading edge of garage rock and its many associates, as a more melodic counterpart to Michael Tau’s other column, Unheard.
IN THIS ISSUE I cast the spotlight on Urinal Cake Records, a growing enterprise that pushes at the margins of rock music. Then I touch on several...
July 26, 2013
90 Miles Out of Atlanta is a column by a man trying to recreate the world of his childhood with vinyl. His address is Woodall Hall 124, 4225 University Avenue, Columbus, Georgia 31907. He shows up here every Friday.
Kurt Vile, Wakin on a Pretty Daze
Last December, Spin posted a short article...
July 17, 2013
Every month Tim from Rose Quartz examines three overlooked releases from the digital ether and their place in our networked culture.
A certain dystopian current is running strong through underground electronic music right now. While Mind Dynamics — the Brooklyn duo of Brian Whateverer and Daniel...
July 12, 2013
90 Miles Out of Atlanta is a column about things that you can hold that hold music, written by an aging man who fetishizes them. His address is Woodall Hall 124, 4225 University Avenue, Columbus, Georgia 31907. He shows up here every Friday.
There is a central line of tension...
July 11, 2013
Unheard explores the moist recesses of “unconventional music” and attempts to have fun doing so. Whether it’s pimply basement hounds jockeying weathered blocks of noise or beefy luddites clunking out waxy half-songs on broken Casio keyboards and even-more-broken electric guitars, you’re going...
July 10, 2013
Welcome to the first article in a series I’m calling Performance Art Garfunkel, a column which will focus on what it means to be a solo project in the 2010s, or whatever you call this decade, now that the computer screen doors have swung wide open and the singer-songwriter and his acoustic guitar...