Oneida’s New Garage-Rock Ripper Will Make You Want to Join Their Cult
The Brooklyn-born quintet is releasing a stripped down jam on Joyful Noise in advance of a double LP next March.
Mukqs' New Album Is Concerned With the Weight of the Universe
'11,666,666,666,666,666,666' is named after one of Sun Ra's cosmic numbers—which is only one surreal facet of the Chicago producer's new record.
Aaron Dilloway's Crackling 'The Gag File' Arrives, a Decade in the Making
We talk to the experimentalist about how his new album is a vibrant and bizarre collection of noise. Stream it now.
How Playing Drums in Clubs Helped Eli Keszler Make His New Album
The experimental composer and installation artists's 'Last Signs of Speed' takes another long look at the way sound fills space.
Benoît Pioulard's Music Is as Fleeting as Life
The songwriter born Thomas Meluch made a cathartic, uplifting album after a troubling time in his personal life—and then his brother died.