Jammer at Live at the Old Blue Last.
Soulful horn-backed tunes from Rumblestrips at Live at the Old Blue Last.
Shy Child, a keytar-oriented synth pair, at Live at the Old Blue Last.
Ariel Pink talks about the bafflement caused by his group's name – Haunted Graffiti – and the tour games they play involving the physically handicapped.
Silk Flowers are a drum, key-and-button trio from Brooklyn who write brooding, Europeany electronic music tucked away inside a massive post-industrial labyrinth.
England's crust-punk barbarians take refuge in hand-forged swords and mysterious, stone-carved glyphs.
The man who played Stroszek busks away our blues.
A guided tour of Fat Joe's Bronx.
"Given to the Rising","Hidden Faces","Water is Not Enough"
Picture-perfect Americanan chill music from a quintet of Southern emigres.
The Sun CIty Girls show us how to kill the entire government.
Mick does the rhythm of a car plant to explain the Detroit sound
This week Ian heads to Chicago to talk with the city's most famous analog recording engineer about pretension, Pop Tarts, and the persistent decline of American taste.
The Fred Schneider of punk takes issue with our advertisers.*
Ad-Rock has mixed feelings about calling the Beastie Boys the Beatles of Rap.
Ian talks sports with the Royal Trux's better half and raining queen of 90s trash rock.
New York's favorite punk turned pop-star turned talk radio fixture is hiding out from America.
Ian asks Stephen Malkmus the eternal question: Did Pavement shred? Or did they rock? Stephen Malkmus submits to Ian's tender interrogation in this edition of Soft Focus. Getting started, Ian asks what it's like to be raised on the faux-M…
Crom brings the West Coast power violence to the East Coast masses.
Mastodon attended NY Comic Con to promote their new album and some video game.
Atlanta's Black Lips embark on a missionary trip to the psychedelic motherland. But is India ready for flower punk? Or will the subcontinental authorities make them martyrs to the cause?
VBS explores the North England Donk scene, the lowest common denominator of British dance music.
An interview with the Flaming Lips frontman about Mars, in Mars.
El amo de los logotipos del metal habla con nosotros.