Play Me: “Lord Knows” by Dum Dum Girls
Dum Dum Girls' 2011 release, Only in Dreams, marked a drastic improvement both in terms of recording ...
Moving Pictures: “Scum” by Slug Guts
To understand where the scuzzy, relentless noise of the Australian band Slug Guts comes from, one could go back and reference other Aussie acts ...
Jam On It: Chelsea Light Moving, Tame Impala, King Dude, Two Gallants
Three tracks in, and I'm officially stoked about Thurston Moore's post-Sonic Youth band, Chelsea Light Moving. Here, on "Frank O'Hara's Hit," Moore ...
The Rockometer: Peacefield by National Suicide Day
National Suicide Day
Snax Records and Tapes
Tuesday night and the headphones are on, in the dark, with only a glow from the Indians ...
Moving Pictures: “Generations” by Shivering Timbers
Simply put, "Generations" by Shivering Timbers is one fine sounding jam. Even in the video embedded above, one can discern clean snare ...
The Rockometer: Hypnotic Nights by Jeff the Brotherhood
Jeff the Brotherhood
Infinity Cat/Warner Bros.
Dan Auerbach knows a thing or two about big rock records. El Camino, the ...
The Rockometer: Yellow and Green by Baroness
Yellow and Green
Let's play a game of fill in the blank.
Metallica's Black Album was ___
a) A steaming pile of shit.
2012 Pitchfork Music Festival: Milk Music
Alex Coxen, the lead singer for Olympia Washington's Milk Music is an interesting character, to say the least. With his long, blonde hair, ...