stream of the crop
Stream of the Crop: 15 New Albums for Heavy Rotation
New albums from The National, Mount Kimbie, and Zola Jesus top this week's list after a busy week of releases.
The Defiant Sound of Asian American Women in Indie Rock
Artists like Jay Som, Japanese Breakfast, and Mitski are at the forefront of indie rock, creating space for Asian American women.
Shugo Tokumaru’s “Hollow” Is Batshit Crazy, Extremely Fun, and Quietly Beautiful
It's taken from eclectic Japanese artist's whiplash-inducing seventh studio album, 'TOSS.'
Alex Robert Ross
Stream Xiu Xiu's Confounding New LP 'FORGET'
Their 13th studio album possesses a range that's impressive even by their own high standards.
Why Noise Bands Are Playing at the European Organization for Nuclear Research
Deerhoof was the first guest band to play as part of an initiative called Ex/Noise/CERN.
Watch Deerhoof Play Inside the World's Largest Particle Collider
Deerhoof are the first band to play inside of CERN’s Large Hadron Collider.
Check Out Photos from the First Half of SXSW 2015, Featuring Destruction Unit, Sheer Mag, and More
Photographer Steven Ruud documents the sheer mag(ness) of SXSW 2015.
Premiere: Deerhoof - "Black Pitch"
Take a ride down the murky-side of the River Thames with Deerhoof.
The Dirty Laundry Issue
November Music Reviews
We loved Grouper, hated Deerhoof, tried really hard to hate the Foo Fighters, and told a lot of stories about ourselves that probably aren't true.
Deerhoof: 20 Years In and Still Blowing up Amps
The bonkers SF-based band return with their thirteenth album which they recorded in a basement in just 10 days.
Mystical Weapons is Sean Lennon + Greg Saunier + Shazad Ismaily, Check Out a New Song
Psychedelic freak out!
R.I.P. Smoosh and Hurray for Chaos Chaos
You can blame Snooki for the death Smoosh, but whatever, 'Jersey Shore' is D-O-N-E and sisters, Chloe and Asya, are alive and they’re back as Chaos Chaos.
Kim Taylor Bennett