Archive for the Caroline International Category
The Horrors return with their stunningly assertive fifth album ‘V’ is finally put today via Wolf Tone / Caroline International. ‘V’ shows the group at the peak of their powers, exhibiting a freedom and sense of exploration that feels truly liberating.
Carpenter Brut draws its influences from 80s TV shows and B-movies loaded with synthesizers and evokes an encounter between Justice beats and the universe of John Carpenter. Carpenter Brut pays tribute to the post-hippie/pre-AIDS culture that then set the basis of electro and metal to give us a unique, violent […]
1989 marks the year of birth of New Jersey’s spacerock legends Monster Magnet. Three years after their first EP on Glitterhouse, the band released their official debut album, Spine Of God, on Caroline Records, which became a full on genre classic literally in an instant. The original debut album, Tab, […]
The eponymous debut of Oh Wonder came about in September 2014, when the songwriting team of Anthony West and Josephine Vander Gucht embarked on a goal to record and release a song per month for a year, culminating in a full-length album. What the duo didn’t foresee was accumulating millions […]
Reunited with his backing band for The Best Day — My Bloody Valentine bassist Deb Googe, Nøught guitarist James Sedwards, and longtime drummer Steve Shelley, as well as poet/songwriter Radieux Radio — Thurston Moore delves even deeper into that album’s contemplative, redemptive side on Rock N Roll Consciousness. On songs […]