Explosions in the sky
The Brooklyn Flea Record Fair Will Have a Whole Load of Cool-Ass Vinyl, Baby!
Over 60 vendors will take to East River State Park on May 20.
You Won't Believe Explosions in the Sky's New Video Is Stop-Motion
Director Hayley Morris creates awe-inspiring graphics out of cut-paper sculptures.
Watch Explosions in the Sky’s Gorgeous New Stop-Motion Video for “The Ecstatics”
The latest clip from 'The Wilderness' was directed by stop-motion artist Hayley Morris.
Fuck Music, Let’s Talk About Feelings: FYF Fest
So Sad Today went to this year's festival to talk to musicians whose work is "sad," "dark," "nostalgic," or "melancholic" about what happiness is, what it means to them, and how to get it.
Weird Kids, m.A.A.d City: The Scenes and Sounds of FYF Fest 2016 Day One
This year's edition reminds us why it's called the Best Coast.
Hear Some Simmering Desert Drone From So Laid Back Country China’s Upcoming Album
The Wellington four-piece embrace a music that is dark and emotionally rich.
Korean Experimental Post-Rock Trio Jambinai Makes New Music with an Old Soul
The Seoul quintet blends Korean traditional music with noise, experimental rock, metal and hardcore—and loves Black Sabbath.
Rank Your Records: Explosions in the Sky’s Munaf Rayani Rates the Band’s Six Albums
We also asked about his preferred 'Friday Night Lights' quarterback because we couldn't resist.
Making the Art of Explosions in the Sky's 'The Wilderness' [Premiere]
To create the art for the band's forthcoming album, 'The Wilderness,' Chicago-based artist Jacob van Loon made 2D drawings look 3D with a network of geometric lines.
Explosions in The Sky Are Back: Listen to "Disintegration Anxiety"
Off of their first non soundtrack record since 2011.
"Melt" into Drowse's Hypnotic Exploration of Suicide and Medication
“Melt,” by Drowse, will make you feel like someone is holding your head under water in the Pacific Ocean.
[Premiere] Watch Inventions' Stormy New Video for 'Springworlds'
Mark T. Smith of Explosions in the Sky and Matthew Cooper of Eluvium team up with animator Dan W. Jacobs to tell a story about the difference between isolation and peace.