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Ty Segall and Freedom Band

Deforming Lobes

It's live Tyme once again. Analog signals from the Teragram Ballroom transmit the blunt-force traumpact of The Freedom Band in full bloom, upending numbers from the Segall discography and bookending the Gobline…

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posted May 20th, 2019

2019's A Broke Moon Rises was a necessarily cathartic experience in all phases; Papa M blew it out, all the different styles he's played in over the years, from folk-blues to metal, electronic, pop, Bollywood...all of it. Afterwards, with no tour dates around the album release (partially due to lousy clubs and their lack of wheelchair-accessible stage doors!), the day to see Pajo live seems like it would never come. Then like a flash of light, Papa M hopped on some select dates with Sunn... (read more)

Artists in this story: Papa M



posted May 17th, 2019

Ten years have come and gone since Silver Jews, whose classic run was made somehow finite in 2009, when the voice himself, David Berman, announced his retirement from music. Where the time goes, we do not know. What do they say about old songwriters? We don't know that one either, okay? We're not good with jokes - we're just glad that there's always more songs to be written and sung. That's what raised up Purple Mountains for all of us, after all.   ... (read more)

Artists in this story: Silver Jews, David Berman, Purple Mountains



posted May 10th, 2019

Feel the vibration. Feel it, feel it! If it's not happening in your own home, OM have a way of taking you (spiritually) higher wherever they may roam, and that low-end rumble is not set to let up for the foreseeable future!

So let this be a call for all to prepare to leave the house, as OM have just announced a European summer tour! Take a holiday, leave home and go with OM - this summer across Europe (or this month in the... (read more)

Artists in this story: OM, Al Cisneros



posted May 9th, 2019

"Let it be known that I (Haley Fohr) once walked the Earth and chose to sing my way through life. Let it be known that one of these many singing rituals transpired on Nov 11, 2018 at Le Guess Who? Festival. On this evening Cooper Crain rearranged works from 2017's "Reaching For Indigo", members of the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra helped re-imagine this aforementioned music, Le Guess Who? Festival documented it, and here today we have Reaching For Indigo: GAIA INFINITUS: Performed... (read more)

Artists in this story: Circuit des Yeux