Reviews

Robedoor, ‘New Age Sewage’

August 28, 2017

Robedoor, ‘New Age Sewage’ Hands in the Dark, 4.21.17 In Atlanta we know better than to think of spring solely as a season of rebirth. It’s also the season of pollen, a malevolent yellow dust thickening rain and dew like cornstarch into a grimy sludge on our cars and sidewalks, clouding our waterways with yellow foam that acts... 

Anthony Pasquarosa with John Moloney, ‘My Pharaoh, My King’

August 15, 2017

Anthony Pasquarosa with John Moloney, ‘My Pharaoh, My King’ Feeding Tube Records, 3.24.17 My wife and I spent most of November 9th last year laying around in a daze, pondering what we ought to do for our young son, and listening to John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme. Around mid-day, a friend texted to commiserate — he was doing essentially the same thing,... 

Science Fiction, ‘Terrible Lizards’

August 11, 2017

Science Fiction, ‘Terrible Lizards’ Stimulus Progression, 5.17.16 Science Fiction, the enigmatic West Coast avant-garde duo, is almost as mysterious in 2016 as it was in 1980. Comprised of M. Kappenman and R. Curtis, Science Fiction released one full-length record and a 7” single. It’s unknown how many copies of Science Fiction’s... 

Threes And Will, ‘Purge of Genden’

August 8, 2017

Threes And Will, ‘Purge of Genden’ Nothing Out There, 3.10.17 Threes And Will is an anonymous Estonian alias debuted early in 2014 via local imprint Trash Can Dance. Since then, he’s been looping and conjuring his own distinctly warped and psychedelic cross-pollination of stoner rock with obtuse industrial new wave. Later in 2014,...