A genre-less collection of songs free of any noticeable constraints, except those Vassalotti has no doubt imposed upon himself.
Squirrel Flower is the project of Grinnell College musician Ellä Williams, and “Not Your Prey” is the gorgeous, meandering first single off of her upcoming debut Contact Sports on It Takes Time Records.
Baltimore trio Wing Dam's new video "I'm Wild" is well... a bit wild, but it's more a statement of liberation.
Always is an album that could only come from Texas. Post-punk with a hill country filter.
There’s a homey quality to the songs of Peter Katz—the man at the center of Peaer—but not homey in the warm, fuzzy, pleasant way.
Welcome to FUZZY MEADOWS, where we recap the past week in music. We're sharing our top ten favorite releases of the week in the form of albums, singles, and music videos along with the "further listening" section of new and notable releases from around the web.
On their third full length, Post Plague, Toronto dark punks Odonis Odonis swap out the loud guitars featured on their past releases for throbbing synthesizers, and still find a way to maintain their abrasive sound.
“Plant” the first released song from Philadelphia’s Doubles, takes cues from their prior project, while simultaneously moving beyond their crystalline upstate past to something of a darker, dirtier sound.
Appealing to more people than ever before on Sciences Nouvelles, Duchess Says is poised to find itself in more peoples’ ears – and hearts – than ever before.
Avvolgere manages a stonery, fuzzy insanity while remaining ghostly, wispy, and angelic. Playing with their own unique brand of dreamy sonic intensity in their fourth studio LP, the Dallas-based doomgaze trio lays down a fiercely clouded and stormy feel to driving shoegaze or reined-in doom alike.
Brooklyn's Wild Pink discuss formative influences, hometown music scenes and telepathy in Q&A surrounding their new EP, 4 Songs.
"Cool," a song about the balance of creating something that is both catchy and artistically innovative... a concern Coaster shouldn't worry about.
A colossal swirling song that once again proves Tape Deck Mountain to be among the best of modern shoegaze.
Sam Owens discusses inspiration for Sam Evian, growing up in North Carolina, transitioning to living in New York, and recording at Figure 8, the studio where he also works.
Emma Ruth Rundle's new record is a dark, inexorably human work.
Rick Rude performs "Mauve Talk" live from The Thing In The Spring 2016
With five songs flying by in barely over ten minutes, there is little time for digestion here; everything hits you all at once, which is probably best given the directness of the songs.
An interview with Peaer frontman Peter Katz.
- Spellbinder - To Ease Pain And Renew Hope
- All Boy/All Girl - Slagroom
- Banny Grove - Who Is She?
- The Blind Shake - Celebrate Your Worth
- Crocodiles - Dreamless
- Holy Sons - In The Garden
- Jacuzzi Boys - Ping Pong
- Merso - Red World
- Nail Polish - Authentic Living
- Really Big Pinecone - What I Said About The Pinecone
- Beck - Guero [reissue]
- Beck - Odelay [reissue]
- Beck - Sea Change [reissue]
- Casper Skulls - Lips and Skull
- Colin Newman - A-Z [reissue]
- Colin Newman - Not To [reissue]
- Colin Newman - Provisionally Entitled The Singing Fish [reissue]
- Floral Print - Woo [reissue]
- Girl Tears - Woke Against The Tide
- Lou Barlow - Apocalypse Fetish
- Mannequin Pussy - Romantic
- Marching Church - Telling It Like It Is
- Muuy Biien - Age of Uncertainty
- Nocturnal Habits - New Skin For Old Children
- Slothrust - Everyone Else
- Tony Molina - Confront The Truth
- Uniform - Ghosthouse
- Votaries - Psychometry
- Whores. - Gold