Sherri Caudell sits down with David Norberry of Nomen Novum for some insight on his latest releases, rap, and the Atlanta music scene.
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.