The latest Go! Team album, The Scene Between, is a gorgeous melange of chiming samples and propulsive instrumentation. Songwriter Ian Parton stitches together non-sequitur sounds seamlessly, and the results are enough to make your knees shaky — look no further than the blown-out carnival fun of “Blowtorch” and the spiraling, foreign spice-market rush of the […]The Source Article test
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Scott Kelly has been through it all, years of touring, Neurosis and sickness in the family.
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The now-defunct New York postpunk trio Mr. Dream founded the label Godmode a few years ago, and back then, it was a cassette label that focused on noise and postpunk. Last year, though, the label signaled a change of direction with the compilation Common Interests Were Not Enough To Keep Us Together. That comp widened […]The Source Article test
As an American and an annoying stickler for spelling, I find Australian shoegaze quartet Flyying Colours’ name a bit maddening (that extra u and an extra y!). I’m mostly joking, but their music would be more than enough to soothe any irritation, a heady balm of smeared guitar textures and sharp pop sensibilities. After “Not […]The Source Article test
Weed’s songs sound like layered linen. Instrumental fragments are fragile and wispy on their own, but stacked together, these small pieces create an impressive textural whole. Weed call Vancouver home, and despite being a city with as many scenes stacked within it as there are layers of molten haze on their album, Weed sound distinctly […]The Source Article test