Lars Gotrich

Lars Gotrich appears in the following:

Charles Gayle, the fierce saxophonist who created his own path, has died at 84

Friday, September 08, 2023

In his horn, subway cars rumbled, buses hissed, traffic screeched and sirens howled. Homeless for more than a decade, Gayle was forever in conversation with the streets of New York.


Stars of the Lid co-founder Brian McBride has died at 53

Monday, August 28, 2023

In his work alongside bandmate Adam Wiltzie, McBride warped and wondered at new pathways for ambient music.


awakebutstillinbed, 'airport'

Tuesday, August 15, 2023

The San Jose emo band punctuates every damning self-reflection with a hook to remember.


Roséwave: 106 songs for the best summer ever!

Wednesday, July 19, 2023

Summer feels infinite, but also rushed in its impermanence. Roséwave bottles that infinity with a soundtrack that spans generations and genres of music.


GWAR: Tiny Desk Concert

Monday, July 17, 2023

For nearly four decades, the band has terrorized planet Earth with its raucous stage shows, raunchy metal songs and grotesque satire. GWAR finally came to destroy the Tiny Desk, once and for all.


Nu metal never died — it just took a Memorrhage to remember

Thursday, June 15, 2023

Musician Garry Brents has been a prolific creator of extreme metal for years, but his latest project returns to his first love, '90s nu metal, through a dystopian lens.


Wolf Eyes still mirrors and mutates reality

Thursday, May 25, 2023

Dreams in Splattered Lines refines the long-running noise band's approach to cinematic horror: still gross and grueling, but painted in thicker strokes of neon gloom.


At 25, Pernice Brothers' debut throws even brighter sparks — and darker shadows

Thursday, May 18, 2023

Threadbare demos on a new reissue of 1998's Overcome by Happiness illuminate Joe Pernice's songwriting paradox: Brill Building pop woven from homespun scruff, sarcastic but always sure-footed.


Jeromes Dream knits feedback into the tangled seams of 'The Gray In Between'

Thursday, May 11, 2023

The band recaptures a shredded tension on its second new album after a two-decade hiatus: You feel the crushing effects of the world upon humanity, and the occasional glimpse of beauty.


Rita Lee, Os Mutantes singer and Brazilian rock pioneer, is dead at 75

Wednesday, May 10, 2023

The singer and co-founder of the psychedelic group died at home in São Paulo.


caroline: Tiny Desk Concert

Wednesday, May 03, 2023

The minimalist English octet stresses a communal spirit in its Tiny Desk performance.


Bill Orcutt Guitar Quartet: Tiny Desk Concert

Wednesday, April 26, 2023

With a who's who of forward-thinking guitarists, Bill Orcutt brings his ecstatic minimalism to the Tiny Desk.


Hayden Pedigo, 'Elsewhere'

Thursday, April 13, 2023

As much as Pedigo's songcraft has changed, a tender smirk remains behind each pluck and strum here.


Limbo District, 'Encased'

Friday, March 31, 2023

The Athens, Ga., group has always felt like a myth hidden in plain sight. In a newly unearthed studio session, hear the band reverse-engineer punk's primitive roots to craft a circus-like surrealism.


The Beths: Tiny Desk Concert

Tuesday, March 28, 2023

The New Zealand band writes sparkling indie pop underpinned by empathy. At the Tiny Desk, you can hear that support and camaraderie in the band's stripped-down arrangements and dry banter.


Amy Grant, 'Trees We'll Never See'

Friday, March 24, 2023

A testament to her heartstring-tugging taste and temperament, Grant dares us to leave a world worth living in.


Daisies, 'Is It Any Wonder?'

Tuesday, February 28, 2023

The band pulls off a pop music magic trick, indulging nostalgia and crafting a vintage '90s patchwork dress in pop song form.


M. Sage, 'Crick Dynamo'

Wednesday, February 22, 2023

Water is a fitting metaphor for Sage's music, in which stories, sounds, emotions and motions overlap not with a clash but a surprising ease.


The TOMS, 'Other Boys Do'

Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Songwriter Tommy Marolda delivers a deliciously clever power-pop soap opera in three minutes.


Bill Orcutt, 'The Life of Jesus'

Thursday, February 16, 2023

The guitarist responds to the quietude and complexity of his subject with bursts of compassion and even confusion.