Sixteen years after Karate’s final studio release, the band’s influential music—which blends emo, slowcore, and jazz—is entirely out of print.
Take it from her roommate, who hears every note.
New Zealand metal trio Ulcerate look into the face of tragedy through a beautifully constructed, unrelentingly dark haze.
Despite the pandemic and an apartment fire, local punk trio Aweful have managed to create and release an infectiously fun new video.
The Afro-Brazilian grooves on Bixiga 70’s Quebra Cabeça could get your feet moving on a mortuary slab.
Kendrick Lamar was nine years old when Japanese stoner-metal freaks Greenmachine named their debut album D.A.M.N.
Remembering Mexican Werewolf front man Rick Linus through his band’s last album
The late-80s solo project of UK songwriter Harvey Williams still resonates with indie-pop misanthropes.
Portuguese collective HHY & the Macumbas release a live album that captures their entrancing flood of percussion, brass, and “skull cave echo.”
Hyperactive Kansas City punk act Silicone Prairie recently released an EP that includes a cover of notorious Chicago band the Mentally Ill.