Andy Beta appears in the following:
Friday, April 11, 2014
On a new compilation, an all-star cast makes songs out of sounds recorded from space. Participants include Spiritualized, Youth Lagoon, Beach House, The Antlers and more.
Sunday, April 06, 2014
The godfather of house music remixed far more records than he ever recorded himself. We revisit a handful of our favorite edits by Frankie Knuckles.
Sunday, March 23, 2014
Explosions in the Sky's Mark Smith and Eluvium's Patrick Cooper combine their atmospheric sounds — one stormy and majestic, the other plaintive and evocative.
Sunday, March 16, 2014
A band with a taste for reinvention takes on the blippy moodiness of '80s acts like Depeche Mode, Erasure and Yaz.
Friday, January 24, 2014
On his new album, electronic music producer Darren Cunningham seems focused on the space surrounding each lethargic drum hit, as he revels in tape hiss and lo-fi glitches.
Monday, June 24, 2013
The homemade solo country-noir of Gibson's debut gets fleshed out by a real band, featuring pedal steel, cello, trombone and guitar work from members of Baroness and Brokeback. Remaining front and center, though, is Gibson's voice, which remains as dark and thick as blackstrap molasses.
Sunday, June 02, 2013
On his second album, British electronic music producer Derwin Panda gets out and explores the world. It's been three years since his debut, and he's spent that time crafting a sort of travelogue.
Thursday, May 30, 2013
A book and CD set catalog the music of amateurs made between 1958 and '92 — when it wasn't so easy.
Monday, March 11, 2013
The most fun strain of punk music came out of Austin, courtesy of the Big Boys. And though the band broke up in 1984, its legacy lives on in 2013.
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Two acts, Ducktails and Autre Ne Veut, used the same recording studio in Brooklyn. Their moves out of the bedroom made a big difference on the sounds of their newest albums.
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Consider CMJ to be a ramping up of a normal week of music in NYC. Rather than have to decide between two intriguing shows on any given night, now you'll have to consider five shows or more, some stuffed with four or more bands worth investigating, scattered all over town, ...