The daughter I’ll never have
Unsolicited advice for Riot Fest’s bookers
Riot Fest has its traditions, and it’s hard to hate Andrew W.K. or Gwar—but here are some bands we’d like to see.
Earth come full circle on Full Upon Her Burning Lips
With the recent Full Upon Her Burning Lips, the three-decade career of Seattle drone band Earth seems to have come full circle: the record’s minimalist style is reminiscent of their 1991 debut EP, Extra-Capsular Extraction. Founded by guitarist Dylan Carlson in 1989, Earth helped pioneer droning, ambient forms of metal, often incorporating loads of distortion […]
Nobody writes about Earth like Reader critic Monica Kendrick
If you liked reading Kendrick’s new Reader feature on the Atlas Moth, now’s a good time to revisit her 2005 feature “Bang the Head Slowly.”
Sweet Cobra release a music video along with their new record
The clip for “Future Ghosts” is a wild, trippy ride.
Best shows to see: Earth, Il Sogno del Marinaio, Dre Green
The best shows to see on Mon 9/29 through Wed 10/1
Reader’s Agenda Mon 9/29: Nasty, Brutish, and Short, ‘Hats Off to Dr. Seuss!,’ and Earth
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Monday, September 29
Reader’s Agenda Thu 3/27: The Jesus Lizard Book, Earth and Mark McGuire, and whisk(e)y
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, March 27
12 O’Clock Track: “Seven Angels” is pioneering doom drone by Earth
“Seven Angels” is an insanely slow and heavy drone by the Olympia, Washington, band Earth.
American Muscle returns to the Local Option
The Local Option’s 12.5 percent double IPA makes its third appearance, and it’s as burly, bitter, and complicated as ever.
The Reader’s Agenda: Fri 11/16
What’s on the Agenda for Friday, November 16, 2012
This Week on the B Side
An exciting new-music ensemble, hazy hip-hop beats, electronic oddities, rappers talking to rappers, and much more
Soundboard: June 2-8
Recommended and notable concerts, including Charles Lloyd, Raphael Saadiq, Antietam, Wildbirds & Peacedrums, David Bazan, and Earth
Brand-new Earth, same old planet
Earth returns with a not-so-new new record.
In case you think you’re important …
The relative sizes of the sun, earth, planets, and stars.