Quit worrying about social isolation and admit it: headphones save us from the non-stop acoustic assault of daily urban life.
The squalls of noise in songs like "Pyramid Estate" show a band willing to dig beneath the surface.
Listen to "WHY," a ghostly drone ballad, for a glimpse of just how crushing the record can be.
"Abortion" is the duo's first single from a new record called 'I Don't Know How to Be Happy,' a heavy reminder of why they're one of the most exciting bands in New York right now.
The duo’s set is a fitting accompaniment to their new album ‘Careful,’ which distills years of love and loss. Also there’s some dialogue from ‘The Sopranos.’
Some of the world's best experimental and noise acts recently converged in the Indonesian city of Jogja for Nusasonic, a massive eleven-day festival.
The New York noise-destroyer celebrates a new solo tape with a survey of her like-minded buds in the local freak scene.
'Temporary, etc' finds the composer stretching instants into eternities, both behind a drum kit and in other universes entirely.
The producer and labelhead best known as Geng turns his communitarian spirit on his own work with a doomy, noisy, beat tape inspired by his past in hip-hop and the pain caused by the justice system.