Film Review: A Bird of the Air

One of the worst movies I’ve seen this year, or ever. Read my review here.

Album Review: Rob Crow – He Thinks He’s People

A brief pause between Pinback records. Read my review here.

Film Review: A Serbian Film

Seriously, one of the most disturbing movies I’ve ever seen. Even this review may be disturbing.

Video: Duck Sauce – “Big Bad Wolf”

Really pretty funny, and very possibly NSFW.

Video: Craft Spells – “From The Morning Heat”

This one’s for Hannah.

Streaming: Mobb Deep – “Street Lights”

Produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, but it’s kinda sappy. Listen here.

Streaming: Wale featuring Kid Cudi – “Focused”

Please guys, don’t go into the abyss, you generally make good music. Listen here.

Video: Nguzunguzu – “Water Bass Power”

So trippy, bro.

Tom Waits – Bad As Me

Do yourself a favor and go listen to the new Tom Waits album here.

Video: HTRK – “Synthetik”


Streaming: Big Noyd feat. Phil The Agony & Krondon – “All Out” (M-Phazes Remix)

A track featuring some underground big hitters from the forthcoming Phazed Out compilation. Listen here.

Raw Rolls Up Special Herbs

Doom and Nature Sounds have cooked something up with Raw Rolling Papers. Check the flyer.

Download: Low Roar – “Tonight Tonight Tonight”

Melancholia from Iceland, nothing to do with Phil Collins. Download Low Roar’s “Tonight Tonight Tonight” here.

So Long, Parts & Labor


After ten years, Parts & Labor are calling it a decade. But first a couple of farewell shows. And listen to “No Nostalgia” here.

10/19/11 Brooklyn, NY- Union Pool (performing songs from Receivers) Jagjaguwar/Secretly Canadian/Dead Oceans CMJ Showcase w/ Exitmusic, Gauntlet Hair, Porcelain Raft, A Place to Bury Strangers
11/18/11 Brooklyn, NY- Death by Audio (performing songs from Mapmaker) w/ Knyfe Hyts, Antimagic, Zulus
12/03/11 Ithaca, NY- The Haunt
12/16/11 Brooklyn, NY- Knitting Factory (performing songs from Stay Afraid) w/ Pterodactyl
02/24/12 Brooklyn, NY- 285 Kent Ave.- 10th Anniversary Fest/ Last Show w/ Oneida, Talk Normal, more TBA

Streaming: The Juan Maclean – Everybody Get Close

Same goes for the new Juan Maclean, which you can stream here this week only – and it’s excellent.