Cherry Glazerr

Stuffed and Ready

Secretly Canadian

Feb 01, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

Prior to now, Clementine Creevy and her Cherry Glazerr crew were just hanging out. 2017's Apocalipstick eschewed formal honesty for situational slacking-the slow-blooming feminist, escapades in the kitchen, dirty underwear worn three days in a row. Good times, by every party guest's standards. More

MONO

Nowhere Now Here

Temporary Residence

Feb 01, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

Back in league with longtime engineer Steve Albini, Japan's foremost orchestral guitar-rock exports MONO offer up their 10th studio album in their 20th year as a band. More

Feb 01, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

Left to their own devices, Kiwi siblings Georgia and Caleb Nott (aka Broods) seize the chance to play; breaking free from the carefully constructed monotone of dark wave for a kaleidoscopic third album, their first for Neon Gold/Atlantic after being dropped by Capitol.  More

Jan 31, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

Have you ever forgotten the time on a cloudy day? Hours slip backwards; the world feels strange; your memory of this period freezes into an isolated snapshot, where the ordinary laws of nature cease to apply.  More

Jan 31, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

Discovered by The National's Bryce Dessner and regular Shellac support band of choice (there's even been a live collaboration with bassist Bob Weston), this Brooklyn duo broke through somewhat with 2013's excellent General Dome and have taken their sweet time preparing their third full-length album. More

Jan 31, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

Danny Lee Blackwell's guilty conscience is in rebellion against his former Night Beats bandmates. The deconstruction seemingly began in late 2014 when original bassist, Tarek Wegner, left the band.  More

Jan 30, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

The TOY story has been an eventful one since the band initially got together eight years ago. More

Jan 30, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

The way that Paul Webb, aka Rustin Man and previously bassist for Talk Talk, intones the word "joy" in "Brings Me Joy" made me do a search to confirm that David Bowie was not in fact on this album. More

Spielbergs

This is Not the End

By the Time It Gets Dark

Jan 30, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

Spielbergs, Norway's most recent spectacular rock export, burst onto the scene in 2018 with Distant Star, a debut EP so mature, muscular, and fullequal parts bombast and vivacitythat it seemed almost obscene for it to be a debut. And yet Distant Star was, indeed a debut, one that left fans salivating for what was to come. More