In a new weekly roundup, Glide drops caustic commentary on selected tracks from release day Friday. Alex Cameron – “Hold the Line” Cameron uses the same tricks on each album,
“Long live analog, says Kramer about the title of his latest song- and we hear you loud and clear about the sound’s warm and fuzzy signal. Jad Fair & Kramer are
Bobbie Nelson, older sister of Willie Nelson and the Texas musician’s piano player for more than 50 years, passed away at the age of 91 “peacefully and surrounded by family,”
Coming in hot with a savage punk sound that would put them as an ideal opener for Turnstile, Liily has shared a brand new music video for their track “Man Listening to
Whether it be a struggling lounge-lizard, a kind of provocateur incel, or the benefits of stigmatized excess, Alex Cameron has found a way on each of his albums to satirize
The sonic gut-punch of Mike Clark and The Sugar Sounds’ title track from their latest release Moon Rock materializes out of an unsettling psychedelic cloud layer. The wind picks up
Dig out your boom boxes friends, and get ready for something spectacular as Family Vision is back with their second album, out on cassette March 11 via Julia’s War Recordings.