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While people were griping on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tinder, and every other social-media platform about how the new U2 “infected” their iTunes account, I slapped some...
Whether for his soul or for his songbook, strolling along beaches has apparently done wonders for Scott Morgan, the artist known in electronic and ambient circles as Loscil. The...
{sidebar title='in + out'} Johnny de Courcy sounds off on the things that enquiring minds want to know. On the bloody early-days theatrics of Onslaught: “We brought a cow heart to...
At the Vogue Theatre on Saturday, November 8 It all started, as most nights shouldn’t, with a groan-inducing gag request for “Free Bird”. Granted, when a bill is topped by Florida...
Cult of YouthFinal Days (Sacred Bones) Let’s not cue up the requiem bell just yet, but if Cult of Youth’s just-released Final Days is intended to signal the end of the Brooklyn...
Ty SegallThe Manipulator (Drag City) At this point, it’s almost assured that hard-working U.S. psych figure Ty Segall will deliver at least one album’s worth of material a year,...
Following a long retreat, local spazz-punk unit the WPP (originally the Witness Protection Program) has announced a hometown reunion show. Booked to take place at the Cobalt on...
At the Pacific Coliseum on Thursday, October 30 Even without the downpour, Thursday night was looking grim. It being the night before Halloween, ghosts and ghouls were haunting...
The SandsBeast to the Bone (Independent) Julie McGreer waxes eloquently about the evolution of everyday life on “Hold On”, tying together twists in personal dynamics, family...
Energy SlimeNew Dimensional (Mint) Traces of the gosling-soft synth-pop present on Jay Arner’s 2013 self-titled debut can be found throughout the musician’s current Energy Slime...

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