Sonic Youth has released a live recording from Kyiv, Ukraine April 14, 1989 on Bandcamp to benefit World Central Kitchen and relief to Ukraine. Riding on the wave of the critical success
Thurston Moore’s Screen Time (due out February 25th) is a series of instrumental guitar pieces recorded during the summer of 2020 as the world confronted the pandemic shutdown and as
Calling from his New York City home, acclaimed guitarist Lee Ranaldo admits that his latest solo album, In Virus Times (released in November via Mute Records) wasn’t even initially meant
Kim Gordon featured on 15-minute version of Beck’s spacey new single, “I Won’t Be Long.”
The recent revelation from Sonic Youth bassist and ex-wife Kim Gordon in the May issue of Elle that Moore had a little side action going on during the recent years of their marriage might come as a surprise to some. But in listening to songs like the Roky Erickson homage "Empires of Time", "Frank O'Hara Hit"–which refers to the Dune Buggy death of the acclaimed mid-60s poet–and the relentlessly scrub-core closing cut "Communist Eyes", there's something fueling Thurston's thirst for throwback chaos.
Bowlive IV will find Soulive at Brooklyn Bowl for eight guest-laden nights this March.
Playing with a dynamic group of musicians that includes Nels Cline, John Medeski, Alan Licht and SY drummer Steve Shelley (as well as others) has Lee Ranaldo focusing on song oriented offerings that are tight yet far from restrictive.
Each week we round up tour date announcements from the past seven days in this handy column.
For the last 30 years Thurston Moore has been best known as the front man of the psychedelic noise rockers Sonic Youth – whose influence most recently can be heard
We keep our eyes peeled for new tour dates announcements each week and compile them on Tuesdays for this handy column… For the second year in a row, England’s long