In 1998, they looked toward The Shape of Punk to Come. Now, the highly influential Swedish punk band Refused returns with Freedom, their first album in 17 years. It is a mix of extreme left political vitriol, hokey mid-tempo riffing and an awkwardly placed pop sheen.
Thoughts on Liturgy's new album "The Ark Work" which re-contextualizes black metal tropes in the face of often harsh critical attitudes.
Reflections on the music and the importance of the 'extreme music' pioneers Swans after their recent sold-out performances in New York City.
In light of recent coverage on its financial success, Tristan O'Donnell discusses one the most underrated releases of 2014: Thom Yorke's Tomorrow's Modern Boxes.
NYC Hell 3:00am is the new album by vaporwave progenitor James Ferraro.
Massive Attack v Adam Curtis is a work of strange and singular genius that invites you to think deeply about history, power, progress and our part in shaping the future.
A review of Mutazione, a compilation from Strut Records highlighting underground, politically reactionary, Italian electronic music from the 1980's