Doug Mosurock

When not at his day job, Doug Mosurock covers small-press vinyl and cassette releases at Still Single, and DJs around the city. He's also a contributor to Dusted Magazine, and has been published in a variety of music publications. A more comprehensive resume of his music-related activities over the past 20 years would require you to scroll down for a while.

Doug Mosurock appears in the following:

Songs We Love: CCFX, 'Venetian Screens'

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Featuring members of Trans FX, CC Dust and Vexx, the Olympia trio channels the dream-pop of Cocteau Twins and retro dance sounds of Saint Etienne.


Songs We Love: AMOR, 'Amnesia'

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

The Glaswegian quartet is one of the greater, and darkly pleasant, recent surprises in dance music, led by experimental musician Richard Youngs.


Songs We Love: The Terminals, 'Glass Walls'

Monday, May 15, 2017

Culled from New Zealand's weirdest, the band is integral to '90s Kiwi-pop. Hear a swirling, reverb-heavy song from its first record in 10 years.


Songs We Love: Endless Boogie, 'Back In '74'

Friday, April 28, 2017

The meditative choogle from the masters of electric-blues boogie is a misadventure involving LSD, freak-shaming and an early, breakthrough live performance by KISS.


Songs We Love: WVWhite, 'Drag Down'

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

As the son of a '90s indie-rocker, Tyler Travis has taken that era's sound and made it his own — after all, it's what's done with all that noise that counts.


Songs We Love: Feral Ohms, 'Teenage God Born To Die'

Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Comets On Fire frontman Ethan Miller channels the ungovernable and wild psych-rock of MC5 and High Rise in his Bay Area power trio.


Songs We Love: Six Organs Of Admittance, 'Taken By Ascent'

Monday, December 05, 2016

Ben Chasny resets the dial of his long-running project with a momentous folk-blues burner. Chris Corsano, Circuit Des Yeux's Haley Fohr and Bitchin Bajas' Cooper Crain join in.


Songs We Love: Tim Darcy, 'Tall Glass Of Water'

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

The leader of Ought detours into soul-searching Americana on his first solo single. In a video full of mimics, he is free not only to pursue various directions, but to make peace with them all.


First Listen: Purling Hiss, 'High Bias'

Thursday, October 06, 2016

If rock music is your salve in hard times, it helps to find something that actually rocks. For its eighth album, Philadelphia's Purling Hiss returns with an unquestionably huge guitar record.


Songs We Love: Marching Church, 'Lion's Den'

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

The dark and sultry visions of Iceage member Elias Bender Rønnenfelt are realized with a seven-piece band that conjures urban dread.


Songs We Love: Axis: Sova, 'Violent Yellow'

Friday, August 12, 2016

With psychedelic, mind-searing leads against a background of mechanized filth, this track positions the Chicago band as the prime movers of robo-boogie for the central United States.


Songs We Love: Connections, 'Month 2 Month'

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Five guys with loud amps blasting out of a Columbus basement in service of keeping some manner of truth in rock 'n' roll.


Songs We Love: Samara Lubelski, 'Driver, In Your Car'

Friday, June 03, 2016

The NYC mainstay has always skirted the lines of noise and pop. Here she makes psychedelic music like an oil slick spreading rainbows across its surface.


Songs We Love: Angry Angles, 'You Fell In'

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Before Jay Reatard released the landmark Blood Visions, he made spring-loaded garage-punk with The Lids' Alix Brown. A new compilation collects the duo's singles.


Songs We Love: The Summer Hits, 'Maximum Bum Ride'

Thursday, April 14, 2016

#TBT to '90s L.A. indie-rock and a noisy pop band crooning about "doin' nothin' but gettin' stoned." Beaches and Canyons collects The Summer Hits' singles and compilation tracks for Record Store Day.


Songs We Love: Parquet Courts, 'Human Performance'

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

The title track from the rock band's forthcoming Human Performance is a fragile and verbose tale of a relationship dissolved, featuring a wistful Mellotron solo.


First Listen: Black Mountain, 'IV'

Thursday, March 24, 2016

On its far-reaching, synth-strewn new album, a playful sense of retro-futurism underscores the Vancouver band's heavy tone of doom and despair.


First Listen: Mind Spiders, 'Prosthesis'

Wednesday, March 02, 2016

As one of the two guitarists and principal songwriters in the Denton, Texas, bands The Marked Men and Radioactivity, Mark Ryan indulges his gifts for heart-on-the-sleeve melodic punk and power-pop, respectively. But his band Mind Spiders seems to act as the warehouse in which Ryan stores his other obsessions: vaguely ...


First Listen: Heron Oblivion, 'Heron Oblivion'

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Now that it's been around for 50 years, it's worth asking: What is psychedelic music today? What does it mean? Is it another term for loud rock? Culturally appropriated dress? Tambourines? Trippy electro? Or is it something more?

The music of Heron Oblivion brings a full-force return to the peaks ...


First Listen: Yuck, 'Stranger Things'

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Between the release of Yuck's self-titled 2010 debut and the arrival of its 2013 follow-up, Glow & Behold, lead singer and chief songwriter Daniel Blumberg left the London grunge-pop band. Those duties then fell on guitarist Max Bloom, who was tasked with righting the ship and managing the expectations ...