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The Endorithm 2 by Keith Connolly
Madrigal Bomb 1

A selection of recent and reissued music by Madrigal, Ulver, Royal Trux, and Bill Orcutt

Stephen O’Malley by C. Spencer Yeh
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“There might be more passion in amateurism than with much of the known, famous stuff. Those are the kinds of energies in music I’ve always found attractive, regardless of quality, expertise, or skill.”

Hari Kunzru and Sjón
Hari Kunzru And Sjon

Ghost stories, paganism, the blues, and silent cinema are just some of the fixations of two authors known for novels steeped in history.

Big Star’s Complete Third by Andrew Hultkrans
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Reissued several times with different track listings and sequencing since its initial release, Third has finally been given the deluxe box-set treatment it has long deserved in the three-disc Complete Third, which gathers all known demos, rough and final mixes, and outtakes into one lovingly produced package.

Senyawa by David Novak
Senyawa Bomb 4

“I want it like this, just how it sounds.”

Lightstorm by Jason Gillis
Lightstorm Bomb 2

“The quest was always on. Inside, never out.”

Trees, Grass, & Collectivist Rock by Clinton Krute
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Träd, Gräs och Stenar and the democratizing power of the riff.

Willie Thrasher by Gary Canino
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“I’m the kind of guy that’s trying to get people to work together and make the Earth green.”

Masaki Batoh by Ben Chasny
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“I still seek for eternity, which maybe is like a rainbow-colored butterfly flying away, suddenly in front of your face.”

Kembra Pfahler by Brienne Walsh
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Kembra Pfahler is a downtown legend: a punk rocker, screen goddess, curator, and performance artist who moved from Los Angeles to the East Village in the early 1980s. Over the course of her time in New York, she’s modeled for Calvin Klein, sang lead in the death punk metal band The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black, and founded a performance art movement known as “Availabilism.”

Doug Hream Blunt by Gary Canino
Blunt Bomb 3

“When it came to music, I always saw myself playing a punching bag. That’s just what I do on the guitar.”

Peacers by Meg Remy
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Meg Remy of US Girls talks to the former Sic Alp about anger, publicity, lyrics, and Roald Dahl.

Mac DeMarco by Gary Canino
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“When I’m home, I’m completely alone. I get the creative bug, and if I’m sitting here long enough not working on music, it drives me insane.”

Les Blank’s A Poem Is a Naked Person by Alex Zafiris
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Thanks to his son, Harrod Blank, the filmmaker’s forty-year-old documentary on musician Leon Russell is finally released.

Little Wings by Tobias Carroll
Little Wings 01

“Lil Wayne explains a blade of grass.”

Neil Michael Hagerty by Gary Canino
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Faux reunion shows, B-sides, new-age garage music, and packing albums to the brim.

Joshua Abrams & Nathan Bowles by Clinton Krute
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Memory, texture, and tradition.

Hunter Hunt-Hendrix by Tobias Carroll
Hunter Hunt-Hendrix 1

Guillaume de Machaut meets Bone Thugs-N-Harmony through black metal.

Frederick Michael St. Jude by Gary Canino
Frederick Michael St Jude 1

Reflecting on a lost, post-apocalyptic, maximalist masterpiece of a concept album.

Looking Back on 2014 #4
Vision Yellow

Selections by Kate Valk, Andrew Lampert, Tan Lin, Mary-Ann Monforton, and Ryan Chapman.

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