Tag: Slint

Music Reviews

If That Is What Is Being Thought… (Status Quo). Review by Carl F Gauze.

Mandarin

Music Reviews

Fast>Future>Present (54, 40, or Fight!). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Evergreen

Music Reviews

Evergreen [Reissue] (Temporary Residence). Review by Aaron Shaul.

The Beatings

Music Reviews

The Heart, The Product, The Machine, and The Asshole (Midriff). Review by Marty Pursley.

Vermillion

Music Reviews

Flattening Mountains and Creating Empires (Redwood Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Ring, Cicada

Music Reviews

Good Morning, Mr. Good. (54, 40’ or Fight!). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Zelienople

Music Reviews

Pajama Avenue (Loose Thread). Review by Stein Haukland.

David Grubbs

Interviews

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.

The Mercury Program

Interviews

Don’t call them math-rock, and don’t compare them to Slint, because you won’t be doing justice to the lush and understated beauty of the Mercury Program. Nirav Soni chairs a roundtable discussion with all four members of the atmospheric and critically acclaimed Gainesville quartet.

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Archikulture Digest

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New Music Now 011: Nora O’Connor

Features

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Big Time Gambling Boss

Screen Reviews

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Frank Bello

Frank Bello

Features

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