The Mexican psych duo Lorelle Meets the Obsolete have had a busy, action packed year since the release of their excellent 2013 LP Corruptible Faces, out now on Captcha Records, so it should be no surprise that the band is readying Chambers, a new long-player due out February 17th via the label, and Sonic Cathedral in the UK. After doing […]Read more ›
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Several years back the Chicago psych rock quartet Cave loaded their gear up on a flatbed truck and drove around the city for some open air jamming. This time the boys piled their instruments, drums and organ included, into a small boat and cruised the Chicago River, playing tracks from their excellent October release, the Threace LP, out now on […]Read more ›
OnYou, Chicago’s dark lords of Psychedelic Rock, returned this month with Recovering the Baseband Signal, a nearly 70-minute LP out via Captcha Records. This is the follow-up to the band’s outstanding, sold-out cassette from last month, Follow the Music, Follow the Light, and Captcha reports that they had to “dig deep into the vaults of the onYou catalog in order […]Read more ›
Will MacLean‘s Ice Cream Mission to Mars project put out it’s self-titled debut today on the artist’s Toy Moon label, and to celebrate the event we tossed the Chicago-based analogue synth player a few questions about his new record. Will discusses in detail the different vintage devices used in the creation of the LP, as well as touching on his […]Read more ›
Amazing new video today from Eiko Ishibashi for the track “Imitation of Life“, off her upcoming LP release of the same name, due out November 19th on Drag City. Directed by the Japanese visual artist, animator, and VJ, TAKCOM, or Takafumi Tsuchiya, the video creates mesmerizing abstract worlds out of geometric shapes and iconographic images like skulls and satellites, and […]Read more ›
Wooden Shjips return today with their fourth LP Back To Land, out now on Thrill Jockey, and today the band released a video for the title track. Directed by Benjael Halfmaderholz of Germany’s Hylas Film Collective, the video follows a dubious, vapor toking private investigator as he searches for some shady punchinello in a strange, Bavarian clown town. Cruising around […]Read more ›
Wymond Miles stellar LP Cut Yourself Free is out now on Sacred Bones, and today we have a new video from the artist for the track “Night Drives“. Directed by Ryan Browne, the video features green-screened images of the impossibly coiffed Mr. Miles singing and dancing in front of solarized and exploding cosmic landscapes. Cut Yourself Free will be the […]Read more ›