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Fenne Lily

BREACH

Dead Oceans

Sep 18, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

BREACH, English singer/songwriter Fenne Lily’s sophomore record, and Dead Oceans debut, is a stark isolated reflection on her inner life. Written in voluntary isolation (pre-pandemic),  More

Sep 17, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

The patient arc of Yo La Tengo is a model for justifying one’s own creative perseverance. For years they were a band that some thought were capable of doing great things one day, and then one day they started doing great things. More

Zakk Sabbath

Vertigo

Magnetic Eye

Sep 16, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Zakk Wylde is certainly a Black Sabbath devotee. He came to prominence playing lead guitar for Ozzy Osbourne in the late ’80s, riffing on Ozzy albums from 1988’s No Rest for the Wicked through 1995’s OzzmosisMore

Sep 15, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

While other bands surf waves of manufactured hype, Another Sky have been quietly going about the business of crafting their own unique majestic brand of otherworldly avant-garde post-rock-pop.  More

Sep 14, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Orville Peck has, in the two years since his self-released debut single “Big Sky,” ascended from masked outsider to the cusp of mainstream country stardom. More

Sep 11, 2020 Music Issue #67 - Phoebe Bridgers and Moses Sumney

The Flaming Lips’ sixteenth studio album in just over 30 years finds bandleader Wayne Coyne both taking stock of his past and boldly going where no man has gone before—into deep space, that is.  More

Sep 11, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Best known as the voice of UK alt-rockers The Duke SpiritLiela Moss’ second solo album Who the Power is a suitably spirited and dramatic affair. Working alongside her partner, producer, and Duke Spirit bassist Toby Butler, Moss eschews the intimate dream-pop of her debut solo album My Name Is Safe in Your Mouth for something much more powerful. More

Sep 10, 2020 Music Issue #67 - Phoebe Bridgers and Moses Sumney

The aughts demanded the work. The ensuing decade provided the break. More

Sep 10, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Most people probably won’t immediately recognize Josiah Johnson’s name if they know it at all (the poor guy’s Wikipedia link on Spotify currently goes to a retired Liberian soccer star’s page). The erstwhile founder and leader of Seattle’s The Head and the Heart has been out of the band and off the broader music radar going on four years now. More