December 5, 2021

Christopher Sky – Vastness LP

March 22, 2019 Mike D 0

Τhis album comes from my drawer shouting “you forgot me”. I needed time to understand it, and I also needed the right quills to put my thoughts on paper. A few months ago, Aagoo Records

Verses Records & Romeda Records — VR

May 31, 2018 Mike D 2

This is a very cool and a creative release, so your attention please: Verses Records from Washington, D.C. and Romeda Records from Liverpool are releasing VR–a split collaborative 12-track compilation which features exclusive new tracks from both

Searmanas — S/T

May 24, 2018 Mike D 0

New York-based electronic artist Searmanas releases her first S/T album on July 6 via Cleopatra Records with the lead single, Undo, already out for preview. Hailing from the Shenandoah Valley in rural Virginia, Niabi Aquena has

PREMIERE: MIS+RESS – S/T

October 13, 2017 Mike D 0

MIS+RESS‘s self-titled debut dropped today on Somewherecold Records. A unique album of 10 tracks–MIS+RESS is a solo ambient project featuring only an electric guitar and four effects pedals. Brian Wenckebach, a musician, artist, and sound engineer managed

Tristan Welch & Ron Oshima — God Bless America

January 17, 2017 Alibi Pierce 1

DC-based experimental artist Tristan Welch makes music that, as he describes it, “creates heavy ambient movements via heavy minimalism.” His involvement with Verses Records and Code Red,—its anti-Trump ACLU benefit–brought him to our attention last

Half — Here Lies Half

August 3, 2016 Alibi Pierce 1

We humans tend to tie music to the milestones of our short lives. Whether it’s a birthday, wedding, or bar mitzvah, it doesn’t take a lot of looking to find a DJ or streaming radio

Review: Tape Runs Out

April 28, 2015 Alibi Pierce 0

Hailing from Cambridge (the OG UK spot–not our own Massachusetts), Tape Runs Out is a five piece indie act with a new single out on Ear to Ear Records. Actually, let’s call it a double

Review: Half — Mind Laps

April 27, 2015 Alibi Pierce 1

There’s that brutal climax scene in 28 Days Later–you know, the one in the rain. The one that’s less about the literal zombies decimating the human population and more about the undead within every man:

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