Soft Shoulder, Silver Apples, And The Sweet Sound Of Entropy
This week on "Rock Blotter": We let Soft Shoulder's "Songs and Intermissions" punch a hole in our eardrums.
Sunn Trio’s New Album Is The Perfect Soundtrack For Chasing Mirages
This week on ROCK BLOTTER we take a look at Sunn Trio's free jazzy new album. A blend of jazz, noise, psychedelia, and world music, it's one of the raddest local LPs we've heard this year.
Citrus Clouds Fight Heat Plague With Desert Gaze
It’s not just obvious tracks like ‘Sun In My Eyes’ or ‘Monsoon Daze’—there’s something about even the reference to palm trees on ‘Shapes and Things’ or the blinding sun on ‘It's You That I Find’ that reminds you of Phoenix.
“My Baby’s Fun Had Gone”: How The Labyrinth Soundtrack Saved Bowie From A Decade Of Sucking
The "Labyrinth" soundtrack is back out on vinyl for the first time since its release in 1986. We take a look back at the album and the positive impact it had on Bowie during his time in the Zeitgeist's "doghouse".
“Chakra Khan” Lifts Our Spirits With Its Blunted Wisdom
Put away your prayer beds and meditation mats: HotRock SupaJoint's "Chakra Khan" guided meditation video will get you high enough to reach Nirvana.
Injury Reserve’s “Floss” Is The Perfect Soundtrack For House Parties And Mosh Pits
Local rap trio Injury Reserve have been turning heads and snapping necks on the national rap scene. Is their newest album a banger, or a bust? Bray Lawrence drops the needle on "Floss" to hear what these microphone fiends have to say.