Gary Wilson: An Interview With the King of Endicott

Spread the loveWhen I found out I would be interviewing one of heroes, the inimitable Gary Wilson, I immediately sought out every record of his I hadn’t heard yet and was struck by how much I loved every album and song this musician has released. From the Invasion of Privacy EP to the 2000s albums Lisa Wants to Talk to You, Feel the Beat, and Electric Endicott, Gary Wilson has built up a criminally underrated and musically astounding body of work that I believe will endure. Alone With Gary Wilso

Interview with Spartan Jet-Plex

The music of Nancy Kells (aka Spartan Jet-Plex) is that of severe dark wonder. Her latest album, entitled “STFU”, incorporates elements of bedroom pop, the finest of old-school wandering goth, and homespun neo-folk. This is all seamlessly held together by Kells’ sparking vibrato-and-reverb-laden vocals chanting (en)chanting direct simplicity. It’s surely one of the finest pieces…

Interview with Serpentine Skies / Steve Belcher

We recently spoke to Steve Belcher, Connecticut-based musician whose latest album Dissolve, a volatile mix of black metal, noise, industrial and shoegaze, came out this April.     First couple of listens of "Dissolve" gave me an idea that its not the kind of record that tries to please or entertain anyone - its turbulent…