Live Music Recommendations #20 – Code Orange – Under the Skin Code Orange is one of the most prominent and notable metal bands of the 21st century. Since forming in 2008, the group has progressed unlike most bands in the genre, adding elements of industrial hardcore, glitch-noise, and experimental metal most bands typically don’t venture too far into nowadays. The group has outdone themselves yet

St. Vincent – Guitar Moves (Noisey) Anne Clark, known onstage as St. Vincent, is an incredible songwriter, vocalist, and guitarist who first drew my attention with her performance with Nirvana during their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction from 2014. The group led by St. Vincent performed Lithium together and it was one of the best performances I’ve seen

The Joy of the Guitar Riff – My Bloody Valentine / Kevin Shields Like a mermaid falling into a black hole is a written description of what you can expect from Shoegaze and experimental rock pioneers, My Bloody Valentine. I’ve always had a deep appreciation for My Bloody Valentine for their experimentation and unique soundscape from the late 1980s and 1990s. When the group made their triumphant

In Conversation with Thurston Moore | The Great Escape Festival 2019 | Fender Noise-rock and experimental rock, in general, wouldn’t be where it is today without the stylings of Sonic Youth. Since forming in 1981, Sonic Youth developed into an iconic noise and alternative rock sound since their debut record Confusion is Sex. Throughout their 30 year history, the group released 14 full-length studio albums, many of