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N NAO, “L’eau et les rêves”

The latest album from Naomie de Lorimier’s aquatic pop outfit taps into the sensation of lucid dreaming to express the grandeur of the natural world.

March 24, 2023
In Conversation
Tuning In to the Various Stations of Dave Rowntree

With the Blur percussionist’s debut album Radio Songs out now, we discuss going solo and the wide variety of extracurriculars he’s been involved with since the Britpop icons’ hiatus.

January 26, 2023
First Listen
Gloin’s “Work Patrol” Video Will Make You Reconsider Everything About Your Day Job

The Toronto-based noise rockers’ upcoming LP We Found This arrives October 21 via Mothland.

September 26, 2022
In Conversation
Viagra Boys Talk Overcomplicating the Truth on New LP “Cave World”

Sebastian Murphy discusses how the post-punks’ latest album was inspired by conspiracy theories, humankind’s troglodytic beginnings, and a country-western aesthetic.

July 08, 2022
Medicine Singers, “Medicine Singers”

The chimerical record’s experimental powwow, psychic jazz, and gritty no-wave punk ranges from meditative to terrifying.

July 01, 2022
First Listen
Elizabete Balčus Welcomes Us to “Hotel Universe” in Kaleidoscopic New Video

The single follows the Latvian neo-psych songwriter’s signing to Mothland.

June 15, 2022
Yoo Doo Right, “A Murmur, Boundless to the East”

The post-everything krautrockers’ sophomore album is a towering release fit for nebulous contemplation and feelings of foreboding astral projection.

June 10, 2022
CDSM, “Hell Stairs”

The freakout post-punk group’s debut EP is the perfect musical cocktail of the appealingly bizarre.

May 02, 2022
In Conversation
Fontaines D.C. on Crafting the Dark Atmosphere of “Skinty Fia”

Grian Chatten discusses the seediest parts of the band’s new album and his ever-changing relationships with Dublin and London.

April 26, 2022
Sunglaciers Announce New Album, Share Nightmare-Inducing “Avoidance” Video

“Subterranea,” the second album from the icy-hot psychedelic post-punks, arrives March 25 via Mothland.

January 17, 2022
Visibly Choked, “Visibly Choked”

The sonically crippling debut EP from the avant-punk five-piece feels like a hematic out-of-body experience.

November 05, 2021
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