Dispatches from the Underground // August 30, 2021
Dispatches from the Underground // August 30, 2021

Dispatches from the Underground // August 30, 2021

Over at Adam’s World > NYC Scene Report – Namesake, JW Francis, & Gnarly Karma

Over at Backseat Mafia > Premiere: on the 20th anniversary of their debut album, Pia Fraus give us a sneak listen to their new recording ‘now you know, it still feels the same’ / read an interview Petridisch did with PF

Over at No More Workhorse > New Music – Jason Sharp – Blossoming Rest

Over at The Creative Independent > Jasamine White-Gluz (No Joy) talks about building artistic integrity

Over at Sounds Visual Radio > Episode 53: James “Plunky” Branch (Oneness of Juju) / interview with jazz saxophonist, songwriter, and music and film producer (h/t Strut Records / jeff)

Up on Mixcloud / icymi > Kit Mackintosh and Simon Reynolds discuss Neon Screams — a counter-history of the last ten years of culture and the digital-era revolution in Black Atlantic music

Over at Turn Up the Volume > Album Of The Month – Power Trio Metz With ‘Live At The Opera House’

Over at Further. > Bethan Kellough – The Underlying / venoztks – light breaker / two very different sonic impressions of California

Over at the Autumn Roses > Allysen Callery: “Cure & Velvet Underground”

Little tribute to the pioneer/the innovator > Radio Hour with Lee Scratch Perry (via Gareth Sager / The Pop Group)

Celebrate cassette birthday with Museum of Portable Sound

New merch from Matters! Screen printed using waterbased inks on ethically manufactured 100% certified organic t-shirts. Both shirt and inks are vegan

Up for pre-order via Orindal > Mouth Full of Glass by Macie Stewart / read the Chicago Tribune profile

New episode of Cobwebs and Strange this Tuesday at 10pm on Artefaktor Radio

Tune into Joyful Noise Radio Hour!

Check the 7 releases you absolutely cannot miss – picked by Vehlinggo

Get the discount on CDs, cassettes and digital from Collapsed Structures

New episode of Not Brahms and Liszt on WMBR Cambridge / Music by Enno Poppe and Wolfgang Heiniger, Elia Rediger and William Brittelle, Tyshawn Sorey, Van Stiefel and Nina C. Young


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