It's just as weird and fractured as the band's music.
"Burundi" features one of the masters of slam poetry at the top of his game.
"Tennessee Haze" is complex, layered, and subtly menacing.
It's from an experimental collage of songs produced using a Tandy DeskMate computer between 1992 and 2002.
The rock opera is the latest project from the prolific multimedia artist.
Take a break from all that ear-assaulting music and put on something that's actually pleasant to listen to.
This song isn't just a pissing contest of guitar technique. It's packed full of emotional chaos.
This isn't the type of electronic music you can just leave in the background. It deserves to be sat with and picked apart. Try it.
"The Butlers and the Maids" is an American bar song in the tradition of Tom Waits or a bizarro Leonard Cohen.
Tonight, in the School of Visual Arts's Mentors Show, Claire Christerson will debut her most ambitious project to date, a short film titled Off Season.
The music has all the familiar trappings of the post-rock genre, but the band pulls influences from the Beach Boys to Failure to create something wholly unique.
Pour yourself a chalice of Mountain Dew Code Red, pop some pizza rolls into the oven, and LARP the night away.
Put the song on and imagine yourself riding a motorcycle into a 90s sunset, like that goon James in Twin Peaks. You'll remember why guitar rock will never die.
Cloakroom's new track taps into the sound of slowcore greats like Codeine and Low while simultaneously incorporating their own ambient Midwestern drawl. It's like if Steve Albini secretly moonlit as a corn farmer in Des Moines.
This dreamy tune encourages you to close your eyes, suspend your undying love for black metal or horrorcore, and ride the magic carpet groove train all the way back to the station, man.
Furnsss's new single is druggy dream pop that feels tailor-made for being played in a basement at high volume while you burn through a six-pack and a box of whippets.
"This Charming Man" is inspired by Franco's poetry and (of course) the Smiths. It also features the iconic band's original bassist, Andy Rourke.
It has everything an angry, violent young hospital fetishist could want in a music video.
His band is called Daddy, and he does it along with his art school buddy Tim O'Keefe. Their new video for "Crime ( remix)" is composed of footage shot on Harinezumis, which were mounted to 35mm cameras during the production of 'Spring Breakers.'
We are proud to announce that our new documentary, 'Lil Bub & Friendz,' the story of the world's cutest internet cat, will premiere at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.
James Franco has his thumb in a lot of pies, as they say, and these days most of them are stuffed with gooey fillings of the artistic variety. So we were more thrilled than surprised when a freshly baked golden-brown Franco treat was pulled straight from