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Austin City Limits Festival

Austin, Texas calls itself ‘the live music capital of the world’, a bold statement but a justified one. The state capital, nestled in America’s deep south, has been rapidly accumulating more and more attention, and is on the tip of many a music-savvy tongue. In recent years it has blossomed …



Album Review: Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks – Wig Out At Jag Bags

If Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks’ new album, Wig Out At Jag Bags, sounded much different to their previous five records we might all start worrying about the former Pavement frontman. As it stands however, he retains his slacker image, jangly indie rock and a determination never to …



Introducing: Aloa Input

Aloa Input, a three-piece consisting of Cico Beck (aka Joasihno), Marcus Grassl and Florian Kreier, are the latest signings to Morr Music. The trio have an obnoxious love for all kinds of input; Animal Collective, Beck, The Beatles and Ennio Morricone. Their debut full-length album, Anysome, presents …



Notion 063 Interview: Wayne Coyne – Part Three

“I love Beck! I just don’t want to have to eat food with him all the time.”

The Flaming Lips‘ mercurial frontman, Wayne Coyne, was in a particularly insightful and philosophical state of mind when he caught up with Notion’s Alex Cull for a chat at his antique-adorned East


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Interview: Chew Lips

Recently, Bronya (New Music Ed) interviewed Tigs of Chew Lips and had a really nice chat. Tigs talked about releasing debut record Unicorn through their management company, and how that compares to putting out their imminent sophomore release through Sony. Then she got really endearingly passionate about Enya.

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BOTW Album Review: Matthew Dear – Beams

(Ghostly International | Dance/Electronica)

New York musician Matthew Dear is a long-time hero of mine. His approach to dance music folds minimal, experimental and banging basslines in with acid house tics, witty lyrics and dark themes. He’s one of those artists who I perpetually wonder why he’s not more popular …



BOTW Album Review: CANT – Dreams Come True

Ever since CANT first graced my sound system I haven’t really been able to talk about anything else. It’s a beautifully complex record that uses the best of ‘80s synth pop to get your blood simmering along with moments of soul, early Beck, and Radiohead. It’s the first release from …



Album Review: Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks

I remember in the 90s being as Pavement obsessed as the next guy- a lot of classes spent scribbling lyrics on my shoes rather than learning the periodic table, so it’s not much of a stretch for me to completely geek out when Stephen Malkmus releases his fifth post-Pavement album …



Stream of New Song by Grizzly Bear’s Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor, the composer, multi-instrumentalist, and vocalist of Grizzly Bear, has recorded a solo album under the name CANT. Cant meaning insincerity, jargon of a profession, private language of the underworld, speaking in a whining beggars voice, and to talk hypocritically is an interesting word to go with an equally …