It’s been snowing all day here and I’m feeling like the next ice age is coming to crystallize us all for eternity. It’s so perfect to listen to Lorelei K while I imagine the ice forming in my blood and my cells slowing their replication until they come to a
Toronto-based artist Adeyemi Adegbesan creates some of the most gorgeous and intricate portraits I’ve seen. Looking at these I feel like I understand time as a continuum, because it’s like seeing 1,000 years into the past, 1,000 years into the future and into the present all at the same time.
In Toward The Sun, UK progressive doom band Garganjua haven’t created a set of catchy tracks that you can pick and choose from. This is an epic that must be listened to front-to-back. And don’t hesitate to hit play on our full stream of their latest work below – instead,
I’m an 80s baby and I’m a sucker for noisy/fuzzy/jangly guitars, steady drum beats and pessimistic vocals and that’s why I’m in love with the debut from Untitled with Drums. Their post/noise rock sound is exactly what got me into music as a teenager, and it’s bringing my angsty youth
Two bands we’re really excited about right now have collaborated on a special release and we’re so fucking stoked they chose us to share it with all of you! The Anatomy | Blu Anxxiety split comes out January 16th via SYNTHICIDE records and you can pre-order it here. Anatomy makes
When I first started watching BBC documentaries, I realized they had a very different viewpoint on America than the one I was used to seeing on T.V.. Their America was a place full of odd people who believed odd things. Maybe because a lot of those odd people don’t even