A defense of Butt Rock, by Sam Goblin (Mister Goblin).
Sam Goblin currently lives in Maryland. He formerly played music with Two Inch Astronaut, and currently performs as Mister Goblin. He hopes to never, ever, ever become a music writer.
Sam Goblin (Mister Goblin) on how CHANNELER could change the way you anticipate music.
Sam Goblin (Mister Goblin) pays tribute to Don’t Rock the Boat, Sink the Fucker on its 10th anniversary.
“It’s like a bad smell in the room.”
Sam Goblin (Mister Goblin) talks Indistinct Conversations.
Author Maggie Nye scores a rare interview with the 252-year-old pop sensation.
According to Sam Goblin (Mister Goblin), All My Heroes Are Cornballs forces us to experience the world as it is.
Sam Goblin (Mister Goblin) on how Maneka’s new record navigates the “repressed ideological contradictions” of the white indie world.
Sam Goblin (Mister Goblin) loves Big Dread Moon in the same way he loves the Halloween franchise.
Jordan Dreyer talks to Sam Goblin (Mister Goblin) about Panorama, the pressures of making “sad” music, and the movie Bubble Boy.
For Sam Goblin (Mister Goblin), J.I.D.'s second album harkens back to Lil Wayne's Tha Carter II.
Stream the debut EP and read an essay on being a boy in a band by Sadie Dupuis (Speedy Ortiz, Sad13) here.
Sam Goblin on working in music while living with OCD.
"Like their namesake, the band is more at home in the night, skulking around in the wash of your headlights, half daring you to run it over."