Jenny Tuite and Alex Molini may have left our beloved city for the sky-brimming palm trees of Los Angeles, but Dirty Dishes still has the Allston grime clinging to the creases of their sound.
Through two decades of documenting struggling under repressive regimes of crime and politics, Wu Tang is well equipped to comment on 2014.
Photo By Jarrod Staples When last we saw prog-rock quartet Vary Lumar, the group’s career trajectory was following roughly the same path as the lone figure walking through a snow-covered forest on the cover of its last release, 2013’s Capture. After 9 years, several EPs, two full-length albums, and a string of singles, Paul De Pasquale […]
NIGHT OF THE LIVIN G DREAMS (available 12.5) GENRE | AMBIENT SURF POP LABEL | BUFU RECORDS The first song on Littlefoot’s latest begins as if it were plucked out of, or vying for inclusion in, a Tarantino film. But it’s not wholly homage (accidental or otherwise); when vox enter the picture—Littlefoot’s trademark […]
There aren’t enough bands in the alternative scene fronted by badass bass-wielding babes. Fortunately, Mitski and her brand-spankin’-new record ‘bury me at makeout creek’ are here to correct that issue.