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Ben Vida & Lea Bertucci
Interview Each Other

Having recently heard that Ben Vida and Lea Bertucci‘s first collection of improv-heavy compositions (Murmurations) has opened the door to further collaborations as a duo, we figured it wouldn’t hurt to ask how everything came together and what’s lurking just over the horizon for the two mind-bending multi-instrumentalists. Here’s what they had to say when […]
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Bogdan Raczynski Leads Us
Down a Rabbit Hole of
Random YouTube Videos

Words BOGDAN RACZYNSKI You asked for 10 videos, so I’m going to give you nine because I’m a professional asshole, and assholes make the rules. Talking about music is like discussing poetry — awkward, pretentious, and 100% subjective. So instead, let’s talk about one of my other burning passions: language. Watch this video about a polyglot […]
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T. Gowdy Makes Us a
Floatation Device Mix

Words + Mix T. GOWDY Music affects my mood and I like it that way. When the world is just too much, I want escape into another world — to feel like I’m flying, lost in dark club, driving effortlessly on the highway, or floating in water. The latter of which I decided to express […]
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Executioner’s Mask
Share the Stories Behind
Their Winterlong Album

With a bleak and strangely beautiful sound inspired by everything from JG Ballard to Mike Tyson, Winterlong is the most fully realized Executioner’s Mask record yet, a listen as chilly and sealed off from the outside world as a late summer air conditioner. In the following exclusive, singer Jay Gambit describes the album in detail […]
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Death Bells Shares
Van Music Playlist,
“Hysteria” Video

Photo KRISTOPHER KIRK “It was one of those moments where the tune just figured itself out,” Death Bells says of their “Hysteria” single, which drops through Dais today. “It feels urgent, immediate and honest, and we’re very proud of it.” The tightly wound track was actually one of the last songs Will Canning and Remy Veselis […]
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Spencer Zahn
Makes Us a Mixtape
Inspired By Kingston Move

Like many of us, Spencer Zahn moved in the middle of the pandemic, leaving a bigger city (his longtime home Brooklyn) behind for one that’s more than 100 times smaller, population wise (Kingston, NY). He didn’t just set up shop and hide from his new neighbors either; the bassist/composer met as many people as he […]
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