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ALL KILLER, NO FILLER!

posted October 3rd, 2022

Spiders In The Rain captures Wand at their performative peak. Aiming to eviscerate the barrier between band and audience, with each person in the room collectively experiencing the exploration and transcendence, they forge entirely new pieces from their recorded catalog. This is not simply a live album, but instead the seizing of lightning in a bottle, demonstrating the group's stylistic sprawl and evolutionary expansion of their sound. 

With "Melted Rope", one the Wand crowd's most... (read more)

Artists in this story: Wand

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BE FRUITFUL AND DO THE MATH- SHORTY'S ARK IS READY TO DISEMBARK

posted September 29th, 2022

Shorty’s Ark is a hardbound picture book for young readers, a collaborative effort between singer Will Oldham and graphic artist Lori Damiano, based on the song “Shorty’s Ark” by Oldham and musician Matt Sweeney. Across its many pages, Lori Damiano colorfully illustrates each wild variety of creatures included within the lyrics to celebrate and engage an equal variety of young minds with the diversity that can be found around this great planet of ours.

With pre-ordering the book directly from Drag... (read more)

Artists in this story: Matt Sweeney & Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Will Oldham

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PLANET CALLAHAN

posted September 26th, 2022

Bill Callahan's everyday alchemy: thinking about nothing in particular while swinging down the lane on the back of Jim White’s dancing beat, he’s free to be anything he can imagine. Once the girls chime in on backing vocals, you just laugh and hope to be part of it all too. Power of Now couplet: “I wrote this song in five and forever / I’m writing it right now”.

Get yer second dose of YTI⅃AƎЯ before it drops on CD/CS only (LP coming later!) on... (read more)

Artists in this story: Bill Callahan

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KEEP ON DUBBING

posted September 21st, 2022

As Al Cisneros continues to move through the dub zone, a journey over a decade in length, his music and production continue to evolve and deepen. The sinew of the bass strings sets the pocket with ever-focused raw and relentless drive, while on the version, the mixing desk becomes it’s own instrument.

With a multi-segmented bass melody, the rhythm section on "Suicide of Judas" b/w "Akeldama" lays out an elaborate series of movements... (read more)

Artists in this story: Al Cisneros