Chris Farren— I mean, Pink Lipman, VP of Marketing Development, has some notes on how to better sell the album.
Jacob Faber (Sunflower Bean) talks the Austin band’s first album in six years.
Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth) fell under the spell of Meara O’Reilly’s latest album.
Loren DiBlasi (Patio) talks the Chicago post-punk band’s “cathartic” new album.
The Palehound frontwoman talks Dan Bejar’s “devastating” Have We Met.
The frontwoman looks to the past, present, and future in Four of Arrows.
James Toth (Wooden Wand) on Valentine’s “most cohesive and fully realized work to date,” Preserves.
Morgan Enos (Other Houses) on how Chet Baker’s heavenly music masked a hellish life on The Legendary Riverside Albums.
Chris Forsyth on how the Brooklyn band successfully does “whatever the fuck they want” on their new album.
Eric Slick (Dr. Dog) talks the English singer-songwriter’s 2020.