In this week's roundup of essential new projects: Janelle Monáe gets free and futuristic, Speedy Ortiz get hooky captures
Before Liz Harris releases a Grouper album this month, we dig into the emotional pull of her drone-y, textural work.
Listen to 'i blew on a dandelion & the whole world disappeared' here, then look out for a full debut from American Pleasure Club in the new year.
"This year, amidst chaotic and painful political times, while working on another project, it reemerged and made more sense," Harris wrote of the song.
Liz Harris returns with two tracks of unrelenting beauty.
The drummer of one of the 21st century's biggest indie rock bands on breaking away from his day job.
North America's most cutting-edge electronic festival took over Durham, North Carolina for four days of music and more.
For every act at the Durham festival that you could lose your mind dancing to, there was something seriously cerebral to sit around and contemplate.
Grouper's Moogfest set made the case for her as both a musical icon and an artist concerned with the radical act of considered living.