Good news Steve Greene fans, new music is on the way. A year ago Greene released his excellent solo debut titled Electronic Dreams for a Holographic Existence, which was a heavy synth fan’s dream. Filled with sci-fi brooding and dense, analog goodness, that record made many top ten lists this past December. While Steve Greene […]Read More Steve Greene To Release ‘Distant Transmissions – Kona, Hawaii’ On March 15; Listen to “Through The Gateway”
Cory Kilduff works within longing and heartbreak on his Burning Witches Records debut When it All Gets to be Too Much. Pulling inspiration from the coming-of-age films Molly Ringwald made with John Hughes, as well as Paul Haslinger’s work in Halt and Catch Fire and Tangerine Dream’s score for Risky Business, Kilduff makes a nostalgic […]Read More Cory Kilduff : When It All Gets To Be Too Much
Alan Sinclair has been making synth-based sonic dread since 2009 under the name Repeated Viewing. The UK-based musician/composer creates moody records that look and feel like some lost soundtrack to a grimy, woozy exploitation flick your mom would never let you rent. Movies like Ms. 45, Nightmare, The Beyond, and Death Wish 2 would pair quite […]Read More Outsider Vibes: Alan Sinclair Talks Repeated Viewing, Video Nasties, and The Beach House
Okay, so dig this scene: Two scrappy Danish musicians hop a plane destined for Chi-town in 2008. You know Chi-town; The Windy City, The City of the Big Shoulders,….Chicago, IL. These two musicians, guitarist Jonas Munk and drummer Jakob Skott of the Danish psych rock titans Causa Sui, were headed over for a gig supporting […]Read More Chicago Odense Ensemble : Self-Titled
Musician and composer Cory Kilduff came into my world by way of Ridley Scott and Burning Witches Records. I first heard his music last year when his track “LV426” showed up on the BWR Record Store Day comp Communion. That track is part of a bigger project, one in which Kilduff re-scored Ridley Scott’s sci […]Read More Heavy-Hearted : Cory Kilduff and His Ode To Heartbreak
Deerhunter have easily been one of the most polarizing rock bands in over a decade. Their albums were a mixture of post-punk vitriol and performance art, with the latter spilling into the live shows. Bradford Cox was a front man that dared an audience to come at him. You never knew if you’d see the […]Read More Deerhunter : Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?
If you grew up in the 80s, then Molly Ringwald is an actress that made an impression on you. Watching films like Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Pretty In Pink, as well as The Pick up Artist, Fresh Horses, and For Keeps always lent a feeling of longing to my teenage brain. There was always […]Read More Cory Kilduff’s ‘When it All Gets to be Too Much’ Out Friday; Watch Video For “Chestnut Hills”