Holodeck Records Drops GRÜN WASSER’s ‘Not Ok with Things’ October 4th

There’s a darkness to Chicago’s GRÜN WASSER’s sound. The sparse music landscape of their electro-punk music gives it a ghostly vibe. Keely Dowd and producer Essej Pollock take a minimalist approach to their electronic pop music, bringing to mind some of the best of what both Chicago’s Wax Trax and early DFA artists were doing […]

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The Sword’s Bryan Richie Introduces Galactic Protector; ‘Evening’ Out June 28th

Bryan Richie makes low end thunder and otherworldly noise as bass and keys player in Texas metal titans The Sword. The storytelling and sci-fi/fantasy vibes make The Sword a band you can get lost in. Imagine a Frank Frazetta painting in music form; chromed-out cod pieces, blood-red skies, and the battle cry of warriors taking […]

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Black Mountain : Destroyer

I remember when I got my drivers license. I was a late bloomer and didn’t get mine till I was 17. After some shenanigans prior to being 16 and my uncle’s 1949 Chevy, I was banned from getting my license for a bit. But when I did finally get it, it was such a feeling […]

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“Your Sentries Will Be Met With Force” : A Few Questions With Composer Steve Moore

Musician/composer Steve Moore recently released his latest solo album titled Beloved Exile. This is his first solo album since 2013s Pangaea Ultima, and first full-length released with Temporary Residence. If you’re not familiar with Moore, he’s been part of heavy synth/prog rock duo Zombi(along with drummer/keyboardist AE Paterra) for over 15 years. Besides his work in […]

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Flying Lotus : Flamagra

Steven Ellison, aka Flying Lotus, has been on an upward swing from the moment he arrived in 2006 with his debut 1983. Falling comfortably into the shoes of producers like Madlib and J Dilla, with also element of psych, hip hop, trip hop, and jazz, each Flying Lotus record ups the one that came before. […]

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In Memory Of Leon Redbone

Leon Redbone was one of those characters that seemed to have stepped out of an E.L. Doctorow novel, or an Our Gang comedy. Playing Tin Pan Alley shuffles and ragtime ballads on the guitar and whistling like a drunken bum with just a swig of whiskey left in his flask. Except instead of appearing out […]

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