- The Lacking Organization
- October 30, 2020
Supremely independent for going on three decades, Superchunk’s incisive nervous energy is still one of the purest indie highs you can find.
A Tribute to John Fahey (Vanguard). Review by Sean Slone.
Waiting (Paste). Review by Stein Haukland.
Rivers and Bridges (Strange Attractors ). Review by Harry Englander .
Sun Pandamonium (Mego). Review by Denzel Foster.
Distant Hearts, A Little Closer (Flameshovel). Review by Stein Haukland.
With two new solo albums, releases with Wilco, Jim O’Rourke, and countless others, the rarely heard from Glenn Kotche speaks. Matt Wellins gives the drummer some!
Bob Pomeroy pokes holes in the old maxim about rock n’ roll being a young man’s game with profiles of the Ex, Mekons, and Sonic Youth.
When Fred Lonberg-Holm conducts his Lightbox Orchestra, the lights go on — literally. Mary Hopkin turns the spot on this musical innovator.
Some Boots (Southern). Review by Stein Haukland.
Country & Watson (Theologian). Review by Dusan Medak.
Various Artists (Kill Rock Stars). Review by Sean Slone.
Another Late Night (Azuli / Kinetic). Review by Bill Campbell.
Insignificance (Drag City). Review by David Sussex.
The Golden Age (Thrill Jockey). Review by Max Hauser.
Bioplex In Delay — Environments #1 (Tourette). Review by Nirav Soni.
From his teen days in Squirrel Bait through stints with Slint and Gastr Del Sol and on to his solo work for Drag City, David Grubbs has long been an innovator in music. Nirav Soni spoke with Grubbs about improvisation, collaborations, Indian music, and the Beach Boys.
Interview by Chad Bidwell