Interview with Pat Mahoney on his new project – Museum of Love

Museum of Love

Museum of Love is the musical collaboration of Pat Mahoney (ex LCD Soundsystem) and Dennis McNany. Together, they have created an album that uses electronica to flip back to great classics while creating music that feels brand new. Clever lyrics weave in and around the city beat, part of a sharp, arty atmosphere full of… Continue reading Interview with Pat Mahoney on his new project – Museum of Love

Review of Taiga – Zola Jesus

Zola Jesus - Taiga

Zola Jesus is back. Nika has stepped forward once again to remind us of her own vision. Taiga was mixed in Los Angeles with co-producer Dean Hurley who has worked with David Lynch, but the songs were written in the wilderness. Zola Jesus has called them accessible, and in comparison to older songs like Vessel,… Continue reading Review of Taiga – Zola Jesus

Interview with Johan Surrballe Wieth from Iceage

Iceage, the Danish post-punk band once singled out by Iggy Pop for praise and recognition, have gone ahead and done the ultimate punk act – they’ve ventured out alone into new territory, not looking behind to see if they’re being judged or followed. The music on the new album Plowing Into The Field Of Love… Continue reading Interview with Johan Surrballe Wieth from Iceage

Review of Tyranny – Julian Casablancas and the Voidz

Julian Casablancas said at Coachella that the new music was meant to alienate the right people. If that meant that all those who have been convinced of their need for a succession of shiny happy pop songs to get them to work and who wish for the early days of the Strokes with the same… Continue reading Review of Tyranny – Julian Casablancas and the Voidz