How to Enjoy Music in the 21st Century
• Go to Goodwill and buy yourself a good cassette deck, because tapes kick ass.
• Don’t listen to music on your iPhone’s internal speaker, you loser...
Om: 'Advaitic Songs'
Om has always taken the Eastern drone-based ideas originating in their members' previous band Sleep and run with them, farther and farther with each consecutive...
FEED's Thigpen is 10 tracks of pure lo-fi '90s rock worship. The songs are tight and groovy and rarely drag. The tone is fat, and the tape-quality recording really...
Old Man Gloom: 'No'
No is Old Man Gloom's first proper full-length since 2004's Christmas. And like Christmas, it is a hulking, enigmatic entity that varies between their unique...
Torche's newest brings their mastery of incredibly catchy, poppy, heavy rock into new realms of melody and tight songwriting. In a perfect world, this is the kind of stuff that...
2012 Most Underrated Band: The Rich Hands
For a bunch of young bucks, the Rich Hands are a surprisingly mature, unified band that crank out absolutely infectious and tight rock 'n' roll jams that are over so quick that you're not ready to...
Napalm Death: 'Utilitarian'
Iconic grindcore pioneers Napalm Death's newest foray into the fray takes some brave steps into new musical territories and, while some elements are startlingly...
Harvey Milk: The Singles
Consisting of tracks compiled from 7-inches, splits, compilations, and live bootlegs, this reissue presents a cross-section of early- to mid-career Harvey Milk; and while some of the...
Steven R. Smith: Old Skete
Multi-instrumentalist, musician, and printmaker Steven R. Smith's fifteenth solo album (from a staggeringly extensive discography of almost 40 releases) presents the artist at his most raw and vital: an album comprised entirely of solo guitar, with no edits