Wolf Eyes

Undertow

Lower Floor

Mar 29, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

With UndertowMichigan lifers Wolf Eyes turn in their best in a decade, scraping off past aural gunk to reveal an icy unease owing as much to Terje Rypdal and Ligeti as to their cornerstone industrial forebears. More

Mar 28, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

For his new project, the ever-prolific Chaz Bundick, of Toro Y Moi fame, has teamed up with The Mattson 2, a duo of brothers that play freewheeling instrumental psych-rock.  More

Mar 28, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

Aimee Mann is the reliable troubadour of our age. Active for three decades, her output rarely surprises these days, and rarely proves a letdown.  More

Mar 27, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

Doris and the Daggers is ex-Pavement guitarist Scott Kannberg's sophomore release as Spiral Stairs, eight years after the spectacular debut The Real Feel. While it may not be quite as spectacular, it does have a lot of the same endearing qualities.

Mount Eerie

A Crow Looked at Me

P.W. Elverum & Sun

Mar 24, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

A Crow Looked at Me is an unflinching look at life going on after the loss of someone dear, as much about love as it is about death.  More

Mar 23, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

When The Jesus and Mary Chain reunited in 2007, it was unexpected given the acrimonious breakup that brothers Jim Reid and William Reid experienced while touring for their 1998 album MunkiMore

Temples

Volcano

Fat Possum

Mar 22, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

The difference a couple of years can make. Sun Structures, the 2014 debut album by the English band Temples, often took its cues from '60s psychedelic rock while at times brushing shoulders stylistically with contemporaries like The Last Shadow Puppets. More

Mar 22, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

Australian trio Middle Kids blazed out of the gates with debut single, "Edge of Town," which ticked up millions of streams before the band had even played a show.  More

Mar 21, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

Situated on a hillside overlooking Sunset Boulevard, Chateau Marmont has long been a preferred hideaway for Hollywood high society. It's a hotel with a thousand tales, both sordid and scintillating, where the walls and décor breathe cinematic history. More