Kaptain Carbon takes a look at the latest release from Andrew Jackson Jihad, folk punk, and dividing audiences.
Sherri Caudell explores the music of two independent one-man acts, Suno Deko and Bois, each of which manage to wield an enormous amount of transcendent sound.
Michael J. Seidlinger takes a drunken look at the affective experience of Sun Kil Moon’s latest, Benji.
Mark Baumer reviews Drake’s Nothing Was The Same in the only way that a Drake album should be reviewed: with almost no description of the actual music.
While the majority of underground rap now groans and pines for ’90s-inspired artistry and sociopolitical awareness––”Where’s the real hip-hop?” being a key question––Fat Tony’s raps flaunt his smarts but also bear an easy appeal. Smart Ass Black Boy is out now.
An interview with Justin Pearson about the Che Café days and replays, writing books, and practicing avoidance. The evasive noisecore frontman on sincerity and art.