Saturday, September 30, 2023


California band Fearing continues to churn out the gothy post punk jams on new album "Destroyer."  Check out the gloomy "I Was So Alive" below and get the new LP here from Profound Lore.

Daily Jam - Mother Mother

Finally getting this one in under the wire, as it's been a busy day of kid soccer games, college football, and craft beer festivals.  It's also my mom's birthday.  So here's Tracy Bonham with "Mother Mother," our Daily Jam.

Friday, September 29, 2023

Oneohtrix Point Never

I somehow missed that we were getting a new album from Oneohtrix Point Never this year, and well, it's out today.  Always good to hear from the now long running electronic project.  Get the new "Again" LP here from Warp and listen to the excellent cinematic album closer "A Barely Lit Path" below.

Friday Horror Trailer - Black Sunday

Daily Jam - Soundtrack 4 2 Lovers

Using numbers in their song title like they're Prince, here's Mansun with "Soundtrack 4 2 Lovers," our Daily Jam.

Thursday, September 28, 2023

The Polyphonic Spree

Everyone's favorite psychedelic choral pop group from Texas, The Polyphonic Spree, is back in November with new album "Salvage Enterprise."  Check out new track "Galloping Seas (Section 44)" below, download the tune here, and pre-order the LP here from Good Records.

Daily Jam - Tone Poem

I should probably get to work, but here's a mellow synth track from Fischerspooner to delay the inevitable.  Listen to "Tone Poem" below, our Daily Jam.

Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Adam Miller Covers The Byrds

The boys and girls of Chromatics have been pretty steadily turning out the solo material since that band's demise, and the latest comes from guitarist Adam Miller with his upcoming "Illusion Pool" EP.  Check out his dreamy cover of The Byrds' "Everybody's Been Burned" and pre-order the album, due in November, here.


Here's some late summer night driving synth pop from LA duo Paycheque, featuring members of Geranium and Drugdealer, to hopefully segue us into some cooler weather.  Listen to "Next in Line" below and download it here.

Daily Jam - Marooned

I came to the game pretty late on seminal post punk band Wire, not really delving into their catalog until i was out of college.  But man, you can hear their influence on so many acts that followed, and you could be hard pressed to find a better 3-album run than "Pink Flag," "Chairs Missing," and "154."  Here's a subdued track from their sophomore effort.  Listen to "Marooned" below, our Daily Jam.

Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Dead Leaf Echo

Here's some new noisy music from Brooklyn shoegaze act Dead Leaf Echo.  I caught these guys quite by accident years ago at SXSW and just kind of floated away into the reverb with them.  Check out "Call" below and get the new "The Mercy of Women" LP here from Lost in Ohio.

Daily Jam - Climbing Up the Walls

Radiohead's "OK Computer" is one of those albums whose tracks are in a constant rotation for what is my favorite at any given time.  This morning it's "Climbing Up the Walls."  Check it out below, our Daily Jam.

Monday, September 25, 2023

The Stone Tape - Analysing a Ghost by Electronic Means

The cool peeps over at Hidden Britain Tapes have put together a very neat compilation of music by a slew of British electronic artists creating a sonic homage to the 1972 British made-for-TV horror/sci-fi flick "The Stone Tape."  The collection features music from The Heartwood Institute, Warrington-Runcorn New Town Development Plan, and more.  Check out the strange and mysterious tones of "It's in the Computer" by The Night Monitor below and pre-order the album download here (the cassette is already sold out).

Daily Jam - Friend of Foe

It's Monday.  I'm busy.  Enjoy some Adam Ant.  Here's "Friend or Foe," our Daily Jam.

Sunday, September 24, 2023

Daily Jam - Burn

Here's a song from Ken Andrews's short-lived Year of the Rabbit project from 20(!) years ago.  Listen to "Burn" below, our Daily Jam.

Saturday, September 23, 2023

Daily Jam - Rock and Roll Machine

If all went according to plan, i'm somewhere in the Pacific Northwest right now.  Here's some electro-pop from Client.  Listen to "Rock and Roll Machine" below, our Daily Jam.

Thursday, September 21, 2023

Ghost Marrow

California artist Ghost Marrow makes a chilly mix of ambient drone and darkwave synth pop that's equal parts cinematic and ethereal.  New album "earth + death" is out in December.  Pre-order it here from The Garrote and listen to the eerie "Mother of the End" below.

Daily Jam - The Garden of Earthly Delights

Here's a track from one of the seminal weird albums of the '60s, the self-titled record from The United States of America.  Check out the kosmische psych and early electronics of "The Garden of Earthly Delights" below, our Daily Jam.

Wednesday, September 20, 2023

Chelsea Wolfe

This week has sucked, but at least we've got a new track from Chelsea Wolfe, and one with some quasi-trip-hop vibes to boot.  Check out "Dusk" below and download it here from Loma Vista Recordings.

Daily Jam - Gently Off the Edge

Willing The Black Heart Procession to reunite.  Willing with all my might.  Here they are with "Gently Off the Edge," our Daily Jam.

Tuesday, September 19, 2023


LA electronic band Sextile just released their new album "Push" last week on the indispensable Sacred Bones.  The record is a sleek mix of electronica, industrial, pop, goth, darkwave, and death rock.  Check out "Crash" below and get the LP here.

Daily Jam - The All Seeing Eye

My days get busier and busier.  With no stop.  So let's listen to a track from the late, great Wayne Shorter to try and re-balance.  Here's "The All Seeing Eye," our Daily Jam.

Monday, September 18, 2023


Brooklyn misfits Model/Actriz dropped a strange and jarring new track yesterday with "Winnipesaukee."  These guys made me into a super fan with their performances during SXSW earlier this year, so some new music is a wonderful way to start the week.  Check it out below and download it here from True Panther.

Daily Jam - Luber

Let's get weird.  Here's an early track from Xiu Xiu to start the week off to.  Listen to "Luber" below, our Daily Jam.

Sunday, September 17, 2023


Truth be told, i'm not really any kind of Mitski fan.  It's not that i think she's bad.  She's not.  I've just never really paid too much attention to her particular brand of indie pop.  Anyway, i do have to admit that i love her new track "My Love Mine All Mine," an almost jazzy and loungey melancholy ballad.  Check it out below and get the new "The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We" LP here from Dead Oceans.

Daily Jam - Together

I've probably said it a thousand times, but OG Britpop band Suede's B-sides are as good if not sometimes even better than their album tracks and singles.  Just stellar work.  Anyway, here's a B-side from the "Dog Man Star" era.  Listen to "Together" below, our Daily Jam.

Saturday, September 16, 2023

Aesop Rock

Hey, here's a cool new jam from Aesop Rock from the upcoming "Integrated Tech Solutions" LP out in November on Rhymesayers Entertainment.  Check out "Mindful Solutionism" below and pre-order the album here or here.

Daily Jam - For Nancy ('Cos It Already Is)

I caught a show at Stubb's a couple of nights ago with my wife, and being there made me remember 20+ years ago when i saw Pete Yorn perform there and how afterwards i got "hey mistered" for the first time (when high school kids ask you to buy beer for them).  Good times.  Anyway, here's Yorn with "For Nancy ('Cos It Already Is)," our Daily Jam.

Friday, September 15, 2023

Mondo Drag

Bay Area band Mondo Drag make wonderful prog and psych to explore the outer and inner universes to.  New album "Through the Hourglass" dropped today.  Get it here from RidingEasy Records and get lost with the spacey sounds of "Passages" below.


Yesterday brought us surprise new music from UK noisemakers Mclusky.  It's been damn near 20 years since we last heard form these guys.  Anyway, rejoice and check out "The Digger You Deep" below.  Then download the "Unpopular Parts of a Pig / The Digger You Deep" EP here and be on the lookout for a new full length LP next year.  Hazaa!

Friday Horror Trailer - The Devil Rides Out

AKA The Devil's Bride

Daily Jam - Dead Horse

It's Friday.  Here's Guns N' Roses doing their approximation of a country song.  Listen to "Dead Horse" below, our Daily Jam.

Thursday, September 14, 2023


In case you were not aware of it, LA band Sprain released a contender for album of the year a couple weeks ago with the epic, noisy, and sprawling "The Lamb as Effigy."  It's a massive album, but one i have not been able to get my mind off of since its release on the first.  At its core, it's a post punk record, but sounds kind of like if Liars, IDLES, Xiu Xiu, Swans, and Godspeed You! Black Emperor all got together to make record.  That being said, at the same time, these guys sound like no one else out there.  Check out the 24-minute "Margin for Error" below and get the record here from The Flenser.

Daily Jam - Dead Flowers

For some reason, The Rolling Stones have been coming at me in various forms over the last couple days, via songs on the radio, movies, and cover versions at shows.  So why not take the hint?  Here they are with "Dead Flowers," our Daily Jam.

Wednesday, September 13, 2023


As we get closer to Halloween, we're going to need some dark synth tones to keep the mood.  Enter Spanish artist Nightcrawler and new tune "My Worst Enemy Is Myself" featuring Deus Ex Lumina.  Gothy techno and synth wave for black nail polish set.  Check it out below and download it here.

Daily Jam - No Expectations

Here's a cool and soulful cover of The Rolling Stones' "No Expectations" by guitarist, singer, songwriter, and human rights activist Odetta Holmes from her 1970 album "Odetta Sings."  It's the kind of stuff that soothes the soul.  Check it out below, our Daily Jam.

Tuesday, September 12, 2023

Mildred Maude Featuring Lorena Quintanilla

Sort of like feeling the barriers of reality melt around you, the droning, experimental, shoegaze-tinged sounds of Mildred Maude drip and slide about like so much real world sonic detritus.  Paired with Lorena Quintanilla of Lorelle Meets the Obsolete, the result is hypnotic and transcendent.  Check out "Shifting" below and pre-order the upcoming "Microclimates" EP here from Sonic Cathedral.

Daily Jam - Change for the World

Here's a song from the late, great Charles Bradley to help push us through our week, that you might also recognize as the theme music to the the HBO show "Barry."  Listen to "Change for the World" below, our Daily Jam.

Monday, September 11, 2023

PC World

Australian duo PC World make throwback, Wax Trax-style industrial techno and darkwave synth pop for the black leather and fishnet set.  Check out pulsing number "At Heaven's Gate" below and pre-order the band's new "Infinite Dream Weapon" EP here from DKA Records.

Daily Jam - Rosa Parks

Here's a classic from Outkast to start our week to.  Listen to "Rosa Parks" below, our Daily Jam.

Sunday, September 10, 2023

The Mistys

It's still early in the day, but i just came across some new dusk and late night music from UK electronic pop band The Mistys.  New album "Detached Engagement" starts off with a little gloom and melancholy with "Where Fingers Meet" and carries that vibe right on through.  Check it out below and get the LP here from Castles in Space.

Daily Jam - Nocturne

It's Sunday.  Ready for some music from a progressive, avant funk, jazz, and post rock trio?  Of course you are.  We all are.  So here's "Nocturne" from Medeski, Martin & Wood, our Daily Jam.

Saturday, September 9, 2023


Here's an expectedly raucous and intense new track from Philly purveyors of noise rock, hardcore punk, and hip-hop, SOUL GLO.  Check out "If I Speak (Shut the Fuck Up)" below and download it here from Epitaph.

Daily Jam - Those Crimson Tears

Here's hoping this evening is filled with gallons and buckets of crimson tears.  Until then, here's Ed Harcourt and "Those Crimson Tears," our Daily Jam.

Friday, September 8, 2023


Here's some dark and gothy post punk from Vancouver band Ringfinger.  The band's debut album, "In a Black Frame," is out next month.  Moody jams for moody seasons.  Pre-order it here and listen to "An Apparition" below.

Friday Horror Trailer - The Brotherhood of Satan

Daily Jam - Always See Your Face

A '60s band that i often don't think get enough love is coincidentally enough Love.  Their brand of psych rock really just hits the spot.  Here's "Always See Your Face," our Daily Jam.

Thursday, September 7, 2023

Shabazz Palaces

Shabazz Palaces have consistently been putting out some of the more interesting hip-hop out there for over 10 years.  New album "Robed in Rareness" is out next month on Sub Pop and features a slew of different artists throwing their own styles into the mix.  Check out the eerie "Woke Up in a Dream" featuring Lil Tracy below and pre-order the album here.