Zohra Atash (Azar Swan) set out to write about Nadler’s record, but kept getting sidetracked by the news.
After taking Sexwitch to task for cultural appropriation without appreciation, our writer shares some of her favorite tracks from other cultures.
Cultural appropriation without cultural appreciation is a recipe for disaster.
Lumisokea’s nocturne of an album is replete with oceanic disasters and haunted mansions — but it might just quiet the nastiest voices in your head.
Horribly sleep-starved, our writer is completely insane right now. But she finds solace in Jenny Hval's dreamworld.
Them Are Us Too might have a Cocteau Twins influence. But what’s wrong with that?
Azar Swan uses backing tapes. Got a problem with that?
The sonic time travel of Hierophants sends Zohra Atash on a trip through her memories.
Azar Swan’s singer talks about the feeling of having the music you love held against you.