Loren DiBlasi (Patio) talks the Detroit post-punk band’s prophetic Ultimate Success Today.
Plus, a mini, bonus episode featuring Geoff Barrow (Portishead, Beak>) and Annika Henderson (Anika).
“I've heard the argument that rock music isn't dangerous anymore, but I think it's just not where the money is.”
Yankee fans, beware.
DJ Shadow and Clams Casino, Parquet Courts and Protomartyr, Neon Indian and Chairlift and more.
Protomartyr brings you their report from a decaying world, but never gives up on the inhabitants, who search for comfort and joy amidst the debris.
"Creeping" is a summer song because it's perfect for shouting along to in the car, with the warm rush of wind and the buzz of insects outside.
Call him a dabbler if you must, but Joe Casey thinks the Fall are as weird and powerful as ever on their new album.
It’s no Live Bullet, but the King of Michigan’s new one finds him aging like fine Ripple.
Protomartyr’s lead singer tries to figure out why people think his band sounds like Interpol.