Midwinter runs February 15 through 17 and also includes Oneohtrix Point Never, Grouper, Perfume Genius, DJ Koze, two William Basinski performances, and Tortoise playing all of TNT.
Josh and Benny Safdie’s film is compelling but offensive.
Pitchfork’s Blue Stage lets you see the likes of Arca, Dawn Richard, Mitski, Survive, and Pinegrove before they’re too big to get close to.
Here’s hoping DJ Earl spins “Grind,” his collaboration with NYC rapper Wiki, when he plays Subterranean’s downstairs lounge on Saturday.
Portraits of the crowd at Union Park on July 17
Levitation’s massive celebration of weirdo tunes kicks off on Thursday night.
Tomorrow Never Knows 2014 features Oneohtrix Point Never, Darkside, Superchunk, and more
A year in the life of someone pulled out of the churn of the music business, plus ten albums not appearing on many year-end lists.
Eight Reader writers take on 16 albums—including Traxman’s user-friendly footwork.
Liturgy collides with Oval, Pelican, Grouper, Peaking Lights, and more
Even more recommendations for this weekend’s Neon Marshmallow Music Festival: Daniel Lopatin (aka Oneohtrix Point Never), Mountains, Bill Orcutt, and Sonic Celluloid.
A collaboration between Dan Smith (who runs the Neon Blossom cassette label) and Matt Kimmell (who maintains the concert-video site acid-marshmallow.com), the Neon Marshmallow Music Festival showcases notable names in experimental music, from drone to noise to ambient to electronic. For its second edition, the fest moves from the Viaduct Theater to the Empty Bottle […]
A first look at HoZac’s lineup for the party you won’t remember. Plus: Tyler Jon Tyler on Shameless, David Daniell’s comp for Japan, and more