Monday, December 17, 2018

Local spotlight: Harnessing the monstrous “instru-metal” sound of Holly Hunt on...

Whether the couple behind the music of Holly Hunt realizes it or not, they treat their instruments as channels into something beyond simple music....

Ambient duo Spielberger find place for “real” guitars on ‘Jazzy’

Spielberger has returned with a brand new album, and the duo has added guitars and drums to their wash of ambient noise. Where 2011’s...

Beach House offer most riveting album yet with ‘Bloom’ – out...

Too often, lately, I have heard lush, layered records only to feel dizzy and nauseous by the end. So-called chill wave has often been...

Arcade Fire’s ‘Hunger Games’ song: “Abraham’s Daughter” mp3

It was supposed to be an "Entertainment Weekly" exclusive premiere, and it even had an interview with Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler, now it's...

Radiohead kick off US tour in Miami: a live review

Radiohead kicked off its US tour in support of its latest album, the King of Limbs, Monday night with a sold out show at...

Ursula 1000: Revealing the musician in the DJ (An Indieethos exclusive)

If one misconception has plagued the man behind the expressionistic, retro-infused handle Ursula 1000 over his 10-plus-years of recording original music and spinning records as...

Stream Sebadoh’s remastered ‘Weed Forestin’ for free

You can now hear the entirety of the newly remastered Weed Forestin album, the debut recording by Sebadoh. OK, for the sake of historical...

David Bowie is 65: screw ‘comeback’ tour, where’s some new music?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gUgN1QG6Rfg Today David Bowie turned 65, and celebrities and fans are off Tweeting for him to do a comeback tour. I could offer a long...

Boxwood, a one-man wall of sound, releases “Sun Garden City” EP...

Jose Ferrer, aka Boxwood, is a bit of a deconstructionist. He showed up at Sweat Records in Miami a couple weeks ago to talk...

Old Man Diode brings poetry of Rick Holland into “disco” territory

It's not really "disco" per say. "Off-beat," "odd," "quirky" and "infectious" all work to describe "Open Blue," actually subverting the genre that is now...