Better Yet Podcast’s own Tim Crisp gave us the rundown about “All of God's Money / A Tribute to Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot,” and it’s goal to raise money for AIDS Foundation of Chicago.
Crawling Passed is an incredible outpouring of everything that makes Milked (and Geronimo! before it) so special. The colossal fuzz still reigns supreme, but the band push further in every direction, from acoustic pop to ruthless hardcore, incorporating it all with charm and grace,
Chances are, that if you spend time reading a website such as this, then music is something you actively consume. The podcasting landscape is vast and bloated, but there are plenty of shows out there centered around DIY. Here’s a guide to a few that are doing it right.
Happy Valentine's Day to all, here's a song to love forever. The second single from the Parisian quartet's upcoming self-titled album is hypnotic and nuanced, a slowly building pop song with radiant hooks and post-punk splendor.
Doing their part to help, Loose Grip Records released Love Oakland: A Benefit for Those Affected by the Ghost Ship Fire with all funds being directed toward the Oakland Family Fund. It's been a year since the tragedy, but there's a continuing need to raise money.
Bad History Month rewards patience, in just about every sense of the word. It's been three years since Sean Bean released new music and four years since his last full-length with Fat History Month, but for those who have been patiently waiting, the end of that recorded silence has finally arrived in the paralyzing existentialism of Dead And Loving It: An Introductory Exploration of Pessimysticism.
Bandcamp have offered to donate their profit share of every sale through their massive network of releases to the Transgender Law Center. It's a good cause and a good excuse to buy some new music. Many labels and artists will be donating their profits in addition to Bandcamp's share as well. So where to begin? Here's an abritrary guide.
I felt compelled to write something about Chris Cornell and more specifically the lasting impression of Soundgarden's fourth album Superunknown; not a statement on his death but rather a celebration of his life and it's impact on me
The song's warm melody sounds something like an Irish folk song that originated in the Far East, both gentle and warm while relatively abrasive.