Ghost in Tucson Review

We Saw: Ghost B.C.

Few things tug at my heart strings more than a mass chanting of lyrics like “six six six, receive the beast” by a sea of smelly men and women in… Read more

WIRE Releases New Track Off Change Becomes Us

Post-punk veterans, Wire, were active mostly in the late 70’s and early 80’s releasing classics like Pink Flag, Chairs Missing, and 154 which are some of the most underrated albums… Read more

Make Your Day: Little Kids Review Black Flag

Vice’s Noisey had a whole gaggle of kiddies review Black Flag’s TV Party and it’s absolutely adorable.

Le1f Releases Fly Zone Mixtape, Free

2013 is going to be a good year for gays in the rap industry, the densely homophobic genre has been infiltrated with game changers like Mykki Blanco who is killing… Read more

Black Metal Short Film Hits Sundance Filmmaker Kat Candler introduced her new short film at Sundance called simply, Black Metal. The film seems to revolve around those pesky little themes of violent music or imagery… Read more

Primavera Sound 2013 Lineup

Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona ...

One ticket to Spain, please!

Liz’s Top Albums of 2012

LPs Andy Stott, Luxury Problems Merchandise, Children of Desire Nu Sensae, Sundowning Flying Lotus, Until the Quiet Comes Black Breath, Sentenced to Life Swans, The Seer Krallice, Years Past Matter… Read more

Video of the Week: Kontravoid, Silent Visions

This is the second week in a row of creepy snuff film caliber music videos, maybe that says something about me? Regardless, I am obsessed with this song by Kontravoid, also known… Read more

Captain Murphy’s Secret Identity ...

Surprise! It’s none other than Steven Ellison a.k.a. Flying Lotus! 

Album Review: The Soft Moon, Zeros

Described as “neo-post-punk,” San Francisco-based group, The Soft Moon has delivered a new record to convert you into a black-clad creature of the night. Make no mistake, Zeros isn’t as glum as it… Read more