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2015
13

May

2022

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 […]
01

April

2022

Black Dice’s Rough
Guide to Black Dice

Photo DAN HOUGLAND Setting the Records Straight is a new series where we ask our favorite artists to walk us through the most important and meaningful songs in their sprawling back catalogues. This week’s entry is another special Bandcamp Friday edition, featuring longtime s/t favs Black Dice. If you want to truly understand where longtime […]
29

March

2022

Eydís Evensen Shares a
Seasonal Piano Day Playlist

Photography SAGA SIG Seeing as how winter hasn’t quite loosened its grip just yet, we can’t think of a better way to celebrate Piano Day than to point out the ivory-tinged Frost EP Eydís Evensen has on deck through XXIM Records next week. “It’s such a hard thing to go through — this darkness,” the composer/pianist […]
25

March

2022

Cold Beat Unveil the
Vinyl Edition of
War Garden

The only good thing about the seemingly endless backlog at pressing pants is the second life some LPs have experienced when their fancy vinyl edition finally dropped. Here’s one we wholeheartedly endorse as the week begins to wind down: War Garden, the latest synth-laced, steam-pressed LP from the San Francisco band Cold Beat. A pandemic […]
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24

March

2022

Tom Rogerson Shares the
Stories Behind His Solo
Debut, Retreat to Bliss

Photo MATT JOLLY “All my life, the piano has been my constant companion, my confessor, my best friend, and my worst enemy,” says UK composer Tom Rogerson. “I’ve always written music on and for the piano, but it felt too personal, too private to release.” That changes this Friday, when Rogerson unveils his first proper […]
23

March

2022

Marina Abramović Narrates
Sound of Ceres’ New Album

Sound of Ceres have lined up quite a crucial collaborator for their new album Emerald Sea: contemporary art icon Marina Abramović. Turns out she’s quite a fan of their cosmic sound — has been since a Brooklyn show in 2017 — and was eager to narrate key passages of their LP. “My attraction to Sound […]
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