Field Music

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Memphis Industries

Feb 02, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

Peter and David Brewis of Field Music have always been singular in their knack for jangling melodies, disjointed rhythms and interweaving vocals.  More

Feb 01, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

When floods destroyed Suburban Homes Studio-which is ran by Hookworms' MJ and birthed the band's two previous studio albums—it was hard to imagine a third Hookworms studio LP ever coming to fruition. Two years later, the Leeds outfit return with undoubtedly their best effort to date. More

Jan 31, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

The success of Django Django's debut self-titled record put the U.K. band in a bit of a predicament. Because their idiosyncratic blend of indie rock, surf rock, world music, and psychedelia was so fine-tuned, it seemed unlikely that they could follow it up with something equally successful, no matter what direction they went.  More

Jan 30, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

I think we can all agree that the introduction of Jonny Greenwood as Radiohead's guitarist is  superfluous. Never mind that he is so much more than that for his band, Greenwood has earned the title of master composer for his film score work in collaboration with auteur Paul Thomas AndersonMore

Jan 30, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

The Monkees' 1967 album is reissued here in glorious fashion, with extensive bonus material. More

Jan 29, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

Listen to "Hammer" from this, the fourth Tune-Yards album, and you can picture Merrill Garbus at the song's creation. Over tapping percussion and handclaps, Garbus sings, "Fear won't get off my back." More

Nils Frahm

All Melody

Erased Tapes

Jan 26, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

It might be best to think of Nils Frahm's new work as a passageway that you're willing to go down just to see where it leads. Passive listening yields to Frahm's wandering transmissions.  More

Jan 25, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

Today, there is not much an avid listener can expect from their beloved bands other than to simply rock. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's Wrong Creatures ravages, destroys, pillages, and burns over regions of rock music's most heralded aspects: serrating distortion, kindling rhythms, Lou Reed-copied vocal tonality. More

Jan 24, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

On their third full-length LP, The Spook School continue to deal in optimistic ambiguity and unashamedly goofy queer indie pop. Only now, there's noticeably less snarl in the tone of the songs. More