Articles by Marty Sartini Garner
PREMIERE: Fletcher Tucker Crumbles on the Coast in “Descend”
From the forthcoming “Cold Spring.”
POW!: Twelve Albums That Influenced “Check Your Head”
Great record collectors make great records. Uh, sometimes.
PREMIERE: Lando Chill Bucks Police Brutality in “No Paz”
The Chicago rapper’s “The Boy Who Spoke to the Wind” is out June 23 via Mello Music Group.
PREMIERE: Martin Rev Offers “Vision of Mari”
The Suicide instrumentalist releases his ninth solo LP, “Demolition 9,” on Friday.
Oasis: FORM Arcosanti Offers Streams in the Desert
Hundred Waters and Moses Sumney’s fourth-annual gathering reimagines what a music festival can be.
PREMIERE: Les Biches Offer up “Fun For Professionals”
PREMIERE: Street Eaters Channel Ursula K. Le Guin, Savages on “The Envoy” LP
Dark times call for dark music.
PREMIERE: Milk Insist They’re “Too High to Drive” in New Single
“Officer, I promise, it’s only milk.”
PREMIERE: B Boys Make With the Freak Freak on “Walking”
Brooklyn’s best new punks show their softer side.
PREMIERE: John Andrews and the Yawns Do “It’s So Easy” in a Barn
From March’s “Bad Posture.”
PREMIERE: Loscil Floats in the Dark in “Deceiver” Video
“A depiction of depression by aAron munson”
PREMIERE: Relive Our Last Moments of Innocence with EZTV in “Hammock” Video
The video for the “High in Place” single was shot hours before the November election.
PREMIERE: Parlor Walls Dance in the Dark in “Play Opposites” Video
From March’s “Opposites.”
PREMIERE: Daniel Romano Sings a Song of Himself in “When I Learned Your Name” Video
The “Modern Pressure” cut gets a clip of its own.
PREMIERE: LA Takedown Hang With Very Good Dogs in “Bad Night at Black Beach” Video
From May’s “II.”
A New Day Dawning: How “Check Your Head” Invented the Beastie Boys
Their audience didn’t understand them. Their label didn’t want to talk to them. Not to worry: For the Beastie Boys, it was a brand-new morning.
PREMIERE: Pioneer 11 Creep Through the Galaxy in “Grumpy Goomba” Video
The LA digi-psych duo’s POW debut will drop later this year.
PREMIERE: Boulevards Returns to the Dancefloor with “Wear and Tear”
And a very funky Friday to you.