Ghost Echoes receives two wildly different postcards from mid-century Europe.
The Brooklyn alt-metal band’s latest concept album serves as a sequel to their 1993 debut, River Runs Red.
The album revolves around “the meaning of the number 4” and is due out in early 2020 via Nuclear Blast.
The clip features footage from the album’s companion movie, Bostyn ‘N Dobsyn.
A second look at Luppi’s upcoming album, MILANO.
Both follow an alien who was sent to “Amurderca to chronicle and explore as a musical emissary.”
An ambitious project that, at its best, brings intimacy to the colossal weight of the universe.
A new taste of one of their two forthcoming albums, Quazarz vs. The Jealous Machines.
Fifty years later, The Beatles’ landmark album keeps influencing the unlikely.
The concept album is an “extra-spatial twin” to the previously announced Quazarz: Born on a Gangster Star.
Southern California garage-psych outfit get weird and wonderful on their new LP.
Plus, the Stephin Merritt-led indie pop group to begin touring at the end of 2016.