• Interview: Mr. Phylzzz

    Today, we catch up with the hard-hitting Cincinnati duo Mr. Phylzzz. The band features former Killtones’ members Clinton Vearil on guitar/vocals, as well as Ray Redmon on drums, and this pair definitely knows how to serve up a freaky brand of loud and raw rock! The guys have a killer, self-released EP called Sound Like Everybody Else that just came […]

    Interview: Mr. Phylzzz
  • Music News: Red Bull Music Academy Launches ‘Shattered Streams’, An Experimental Digital Series

    This month Red Bull Music Academy has launched Shattered Streams, an experimental digital series/site that deconstructs modern listening habits. RBMA has this to say about the project: “Inspired equally by the fleeting ecstasy of William Basinskis’ The Disintegration Loops and the modern emphasis on streaming-centric platforms conforming to listeners usage and fidelity needs, Shattered Streams presents degradation of both audio […]

    RBMA Launches Experimental Digital Series 'Shattered Streams'
  • Listen: Prostitutes “Ridicule The Rule”

    As Prostitutes, James Donadio makes wickedly minimal techno. The Cleveland-based musician is currently readying his Straightened Out EP for release on May 9th, and it will be the artist’s first on the Atlanta label CGI Records. Today we take a listen to the effort’s hard driving second cut, “Ridicule The Rule“. Donadio first came to our attention with 2013’s Crushed […]

    Listen: Prostitutes “Ridicule The Rule”
  • Listen: Nervous Curtains “Low Defender”

    Nervous Curtains follow-up the success of their 2015 Medical Records LP Con with a brand new EP Low Defender, due out May 4th on Dreamy Life Records. Today we take a listen to the upcoming effort’s title track, which the band’s frontman Sean Kirkpatrick reveals was actually recorded during the Con sessions. He goes on to explain, “We were all […]

    Nervous Curtains ' Low Defender' EP (Dreamy Life Records)
  • Listen: Ithi “Visions”

    I had things to do today until I ran into the face melting psych of Ithi‘s killer new cut “Visions“. The project’s upcoming limited edition cassette release Chapel Perilous, due out May 13th via Milwaukee’s Utech Records, marks a return to the brilliantly curated label. Ithi released their debut, The Persistence Of Meaning, on Utech back in 2011, but, except […]

    Listen: Ithi “Visions”
  • Music News: Useless Eaters’ Tour Dates, Upcoming LP ‘Relaxing Death’ Out 6/3

    Castle Face Records seems like a good home for Seth Sutton‘s Useless Eaters project, with the label getting set to release another LP from the artist, Relaxing Death due out June 3rd. Growing up a skate kid in Memphis, TN in the early 2000’s, it was probably only natural that Sutton fell in with the local hardcore scene, but as […]

    Useless Eaters' Seth Sutton (or not)
  • Listen: Pyramid Club ‘Live at Eyedrum – 12/16/2014’

    This past February we checked out Pyramid Club‘s demo “Stay Behind”/”Heart Throb”. The duo is a new electronic project from DKA Records collaborators Matt Weiner (TWINS) and Chris Daresta (Anticipation), and today we give a listen to a pair of recordings they did at Atlanta’s Eyedrum Art & Music Gallery. Wanting the band to sound “loosely like the Cabs and […]

    Listen:  Pyramid Club ‘Live at Eyedrum – 12/16/2014’
  • Listen: Dagshenma ‘Diablo’ LP Playlist

    Paris-based label Tsuku Boshi is an excellent source for left-of-field electronic music that is difficult to classify, and today we take a listen to Diablo, their intriguing new LP release from the Japanese producer Dagshenma. Looks like 2016 has been a busy year for the musician, as he already has three releases available on Bandcamp since January. Diablo tumbles down […]

    Listen: Dagshenma ‘Diablo’ LP Playlist
  • Listen: Oiseaux-Tempête “The Strangest Creature On Earth (feat. G.W.Sok)”

    The Paris-based instrumental rock group Oiseaux-Tempête will release Unworks & Rarities Vol. 1 on May 13th via Sub Rosa, and today we listen to the track “The Strangest Creature On Earth (feat. G.W.Sok)” off the upcoming release. Collecting together an array of formerly unreleased tracks, this second single from the album was originally recorded during a shooting for La Blogothèque. […]

    Listen:  Oiseaux-Tempête “The Strangest Creature On Earth (feat. G.W.Sok)”
  • Listen: Xiu Xiu “Into The Night”

    Today Xiu Xiu released a cover of Julee Cruise‘s track “Into the Night“, the second single from his upcoming LP Plays The Music of Twin Peaks due out on Record Store Day (April 16th) via Polyvinyl Records. Commissioned by Australia’s Gallery of Modern Art to reinterpret the music from the famed TV series for their David Lynch: Between Two Worlds […]

    Listen: Xiu Xiu “Into The Night”

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Watch: Thollem “Where Belongs Who”

Watch: Thollem “Where Belongs Who”

April 29, 2016 at 11:51 am

Thollem McDonas is the kind of fiercely independent artist the world needs more of. A classically trained pianist with degrees in performance and composition, McDonas left...

  • Watch: Bugaev “Sonm IX”
    Watch: Bugaev “Sonm IX”

    Nikita Bugaev is a sound artist that hails from the Siberian city Irkutsk, and his strikingly minimal LP Sonm...

    April 28, 2016 at 10:51 am
  • Watch: Mischa Lively “Blakeup”
    Watch: Mischa Lively “Blakeup”

    Nashville native Blake Barton creates music under the moniker Mischa Lively, and he is readying his Pillow EP...

    April 27, 2016 at 9:41 am
  • Watch: Xiu Xiu “Into The Night”
    Watch: Xiu Xiu “Into The Night”

    Video artist Diego Barrera directs this 12-minute film for Xiu Xiu‘s cover of the Twin Peaks‘ classic,...

    April 14, 2016 at 12:19 pm

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Listen: Gioumourtzina “Russian Market”

Listen: Gioumourtzina “Russian Market”

April 27, 2016 at 4:27 pm

Gioumourtzina is an electronic duo hailing from Greece and they have just released their Blakk Metall LP via Inner Ear. The band’s moniker is a paraphrase in Turkish...

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Interview: Mr. Phylzzz

Interview: Mr. Phylzzz

May 3, 2016 at 12:23 pm

Today, we catch up with the hard-hitting Cincinnati duo Mr. Phylzzz. The band features former Killtones’ members Clinton Vearil on guitar/vocals, as well as Ray Redmon...

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Photos: Wild Nothing Live @ The Crocodile In Seattle

Photos: Wild Nothing Live @ The Crocodile In Seattle

April 26, 2016 at 1:44 pm

Wild Nothing played to a sold out crowd last night at The Crocodile in Seattle. Jake Tatum is currently touring as a five-piece in support of his third studio LP Life of...

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Lorelle Meets the Obsolete "What's Holding You" Live at the Chop Suey in Seattle

Watch: Lorelle Meets the Obsolete “What’s Holding You” Live @ the Chop Suey

July 30, 2014 at 7:22 am

Watch Lorelle Meets the Obsolete perform “What’s Holding You” at the Chop Suey in Seattle, WA. LIVE EYE TV caught up with the band on May 28th as they toured...

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Interview: Mr. Phylzzz

Interview: Mr. Phylzzz

May 3, 2016 at 12:23 pm

Today, we catch up with the hard-hitting Cincinnati duo Mr. Phylzzz. The band features former Killtones’ members Clinton Vearil on guitar/vocals, as well as Ray Redmon...

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Watch: Thollem “Where Belongs Who”

Watch: Thollem “Where Belongs Who”

Thollem McDonas is the kind of fiercely independent artist the world needs more of. A classically trained pianist with degrees in performance and composition, McDonas left it all behind upon graduation to pursue his own creative vision. While many at his age would have settled into the safety of a professional career, the young musician was driven by political concerns […]

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Watch: Bugaev “Sonm IX”

Watch: Bugaev “Sonm IX”

Nikita Bugaev is a sound artist that hails from the Siberian city Irkutsk, and his strikingly minimal LP Sonm is out now on the Russian label Klammklang. Bugaev draws little distinction between sound, noise, and music, and he generates his compositions from these raw sonic building blocks, processing them using Max/MSP and programmed Monome devices like Aleph and Grid. Following […]

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Listen: Gioumourtzina “Russian Market”

Listen: Gioumourtzina “Russian Market”

Gioumourtzina is an electronic duo hailing from Greece and they have just released their Blakk Metall LP via Inner Ear. The band’s moniker is a paraphrase in Turkish for the name of the Greek city Komotini and synth player/vocalist Anestis Neiros and bassist John Tselikas formed the band in May of 2014. The pair first caught ears with this ebullient […]

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Watch: Mischa Lively “Blakeup”

Watch: Mischa Lively “Blakeup”

Nashville native Blake Barton creates music under the moniker Mischa Lively, and he is readying his Pillow EP for release on May 20th via RACECAR. Coming to production as a trained percussionist, rhythm is this musician’s instinctive language. Electronic music production, though, has meant checking some of the preconceived notions of that training at the door. Instead, he has adopted […]

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Photos: Wild Nothing Live @ The Crocodile In Seattle

Photos: Wild Nothing Live @ The Crocodile In Seattle

Wild Nothing played to a sold out crowd last night at The Crocodile in Seattle. Jake Tatum is currently touring as a five-piece in support of his third studio LP Life of Pause, out now on Captured Tracks (US)/Bella Union (UK). On this night, the house was packed and Wild Nothing delivered the longest set yet on their still young […]

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Tour News: Floating Points’ North American Tour Begins 4/23

Tour News: Floating Points’ North American Tour Begins 4/23

Floating Points‘ North American Tour begins next week down in Mexico City. In addition, Sam Shepherd has announced today that his project will release the Kuiper EP on July 22nd via David Byrne’s label Luaka Bop in the US and Shepherds’ own label PLUTO in the UK. In anticipation of the new work and tour, Sheperd has posted a live […]

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Listen: Brian Eno “Fickle Sun (iii) I’m Set Free”

Listen: Brian Eno “Fickle Sun (iii) I’m Set Free”

Brian Eno will release The Ship on April 29th via Warp Records, his first solo LP since 2012’s Grammy nominated album LUX. The record will close with a rousing rendition of The Velvet Underground classic “I’m Set Free“. In the context of the gravity of The Ship, Lou Reed’s wry lyrics offer the perfect parting salvo for Eno’s intriguing new […]

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