Artist on Artist: Fingerstyle guitarist William Tyler talks to Douglas McCombs of Brokeback and Tortoise.
Oozing Wound discharges its first album, Teen Witch throws a sexy alien party, and more.
Earl Sweatshirt’s humane, heartbreaking Doris and 14 more record reviews
When your nonprofit club runs a brew house that your members can use, your summer backyard barbecues are going to have a lot of good beer.
The Boston singer-guitarist plays in town Friday with the reunited Come, but she recently released what may be her best solo album.
This year Rotted Tooth Fest takes over for Bitchpork as Pitchfork’s evil twin.
Within the past year, the best record by one of Tortoise’s numerous spin-offs has come from its bassist.
In 2007 the label had 15 new releases; in 2013 it’s on track for 37.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Blue Elvis” from Peals’ debut album, Walking Field.
Local thrash trio Oozing Wound have signed with huge local label Thrill Jockey, and Rotted Tooth Fest is announced.
Brian Chippendale of Black Pus and Lightning Bolt talks drums with Seth Sher of Zath and Psychic Steel.
Tonight Thrill Jockey celebrates its 20th anniversary with a party at the Empty Bottle, but just what will happen remains a mystery
What’s on the Agenda for Thursday, December 20, 2012
“Ageless Isms” from Jason Urick’s recent album, I Love You
Five minutes of See the World Given to a One Love Entity, the 37-minute song/record from Greg Fox’s Guardian Alien