Years active: 1990-2001, 2008, 2010-present.
Sounds like: Television and the Stooges-inspired
darkness, with dueling, strained guitar lines turning into a lascivious,
bluesy and slightly dr
[APOCALYPTIC FOLK] The Builders and the Butchers’ fifth
album is largely influenced by the postapocalyptic literature of Cormac
McCarthy, and it shows: Western Medicine is just as cheerless as T
For a rootless roots musician, words are very unnecessary.
Somewhere on Marisa Anderson’s résumé is
the phrase, “Once portrayed the ass-end of a jaguar.” It was the
mid-1990s, a few years after the Northern California-born guitarist
Six years ago, the last band anyone would’ve pegged to make it big outside of Portland might have been Wampire. First
of all, there’s that name. An inside joke goofing on the German
[PSYCH-PUNK] One does not simply record
Sun Angle. Feeding psychedelic guitars and pan-global rhythms through
punk tempos delivered with free-jazz abandon, the band—a collaboration
[SAXPERIMENTAL] To see a Colin Stetson show is to witness a feat of physical strength. The Montreal-based experimental saxophonist can hoist his massive bass saxophone to his lips with only the aid of ...