“Don’t expect a Care II. If anything sounds like what I’ve already made I throw it out. If I’m not progressing there’s no point of releasing another album.”
On May 7th, our favorite badass babes shook up Cleaveland for a night at The Grog Shop.
MGMT, San Diego Civic Centre – a photo gallery of jewel tones and a screaming crowd.
The sister duo, Dog Party, on psychic connection, dog obsessions, politics, and (of course) new music.
The house at the back of the cul de sac seems like any other. But out the window drifts the sound of synthesizers, vocals, guitars and drum beats.
Why do they need three people making beats at once? Because all 21 songs were recorded on a tape machine. In one take.
April 27th, 2018
Unedited, 35mm film.
What would a moment sound like, translated into background bass lines and keyboard chords?
Yet, musicians and fans alike persisted through the stickiness for a night both invigorating and calming.
Cliches are great, regardless of what some patrician art student might tell you. Sincerely, an art student.
The deeper you scroll, the more the room around you fades. Like you can hear the bass, taste the sweat, feel the music in your body.
His fourth solo album, and an eclectic concoction of beats and lyrics.