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  • Formed in 1992, Boris boldly explores their own vision of heavy music, where words like “explosive” and “thunderous” barely do justice Using overpowering soundscapes embellished with copious amounts of lighting and billow smoke, Boris has shared with audiences across the planet an experience for all five senses in their...
  • Formed in 1992, Boris boldly explores their own vision of heavy music, where words like “explosive” and “thunderous” barely do justice Using overpowering soundscapes embellished with copious amounts of lighting and billow smoke, Boris has shared with audiences across the planet an experience for all five senses in their...
  • Recorded in 1969, years following his big hits, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ third album What That Is! showcases Hawkins in one of his most rowdy and compelling stages of his artistic career With a killer backing band featuring the great Earl Palmer on drums for most of the cuts and Herb Ellis guesting on a few We find Jay singing...
  • McDermott is releasing Roped In, a gorgeous, intimate, and often spare album that pulls back from the collaborative nature established on Going Steady for a collection of fragile drone pieces anchored by McDermott’s intricate but direct guitar playing and haunting pedal steel work from Portland, Oregon’s Barry Walker Featuring...
  • It makes sense that Detroit had a buzzy, thriving space-rock scene in the ‘90s What American city’s denizens had a more urgent need to disengage and think outside the grim, post-industrial rustbelt realities With space-rock (and its close sonic cousin shoegaze) being at once expansive and introspective, it naturally appealed...
  • Petrichor is New Mexico-based artist Heather Trost’s second or third solo full-length Petrichor is fresh, unique, and really fucking good Sonically, this modern psychedelic pop music is as experimental as it is accessible Petrichor was recorded between 2018 and 2019 by Heather Trost and her husband Jeremy Barnes at their home...
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