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Earlier this year -- just days after the pandemic arrived in America -- Pittsburgh metallic hardcore brutalists Code Orange released a tremendous and crushing album called Underneath. Obviously, that wrecked the band's touring plans. Instead, Code Orange played a physical, impressive record-release show in an empty venue, streaming it live on Tw...
submitted by Nick Jul 20th 2020 03:00 pm (stereogum.com)
At the beginning of the year, Cayetana leader Augusta Koch released her first full-length album as Gladie, Safe Sins. Over the weekend, she put up a new EP featuring three songs that were recorded at home. They're filled with isolation itchiness that could be applicable to any old time, songs about feeling trapped in impossible…
Black Flag's second album, My War, lit a touch paper when it was released in 1984 – and it's quite possible that grunge never would have existed without it
Following their lockdown album launch show, Code Orange reveal plans to live stream a stripped down and re-imagined selection of their back catalogue later this month
Devonté Hynes, the man who records as Blood Orange, is usually one of the busiest, most prolific collaborators on the landscape. During the quarantine era, Hynes has been relatively quiet; we haven't posted anything he's done since he showed up on the Avalanches' single "We Will Always Love You" back in February. But this past…
Tom Robinson thinks of it as “the punk Woodstock”. It was the moment punk turned popular, and people’s band The Clash became real rock stars
Melvins and Mudhoney are two band with deep, deep histories. Both Melvins and Mudhoney come from Seattle and its surrounding areas. Both of them have been around since the '80s. (Melvins got together in 1983; Mudhoney formed five years later.) Bassist Matt Lukin was a founding member of both bands, though he's not in either…
Nearly 50 years to the day after the infamous concert took place, Third Man Records is releasing the Stooges' Live At Goose Lake: August 8, 1970, a live album documenting the original Stooges lineup's final performance. As the story goes, bassist Dave Alexander showed up too drunk to play a note and was fired by…
So why didn’t Bad Brains become the biggest rock outfit on the planet? Band members Dr. Know, Darryl Jenifer and Earl Hudson tell the story of the baddest band of them all
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