Tag: Protomartyr

Protomartyr, “Relatives in Descent”

Detroit’s most amiable punks explores their sound and considerably extend its boundaries.

PREMIERE: A Giant Dog Do “Sex & Drugs,” Bring Rock & Roll to Pickathon’s Galaxy Barn

Spanning three packed days and three late nights in the coniferous confines of Pendarvis Farm outside of Portland, the intimate Pickathon is a hidden gem of the…

Four Days and Four Nights at Le Guess Who? Festival

Running wild in the streets of Utrecht, Netherlands.

The Entertainment Community Responds to the Horrific Attacks in Paris

“And third, it is important to remember that nothing about what these assholes are trying to do is going to work.”

Protomartyr, “The Agent Intellect”

Protomartyr’s third album, “The Agent Intellect,” does a superb job evoking its title, the origin of which stems from a classical and medieval philosophy regarding the concept of active reasoning—it’s the conscious mental action of converting potential or passive thought into something human.

Protomartyr Aren’t Here to Save You, Man

Detroit’s finest return to fight false happiness with “The Agent Intellect”.

LISTEN: Protomartyr Descends Back Upon Us with “Dope Cloud”

“The Agent Intellect” is out October 9 via Hardly Art

Stay Cool: 10.0 Years of the Pitchfork Music Festival

Ten years after debuting in partnership with the Intonation Music Festival, Pitchfork Music Festival celebrates its first decade in Chicago’s Union Park.

LISTEN: Protomartyr Ask “Why Does It Shake?” in New Single, Announce “The Agent Intellect”

Detroit’s finest are back with a new album on October 9.

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