Lars Gotrich

Lars Gotrich appears in the following:

Math-Rockers Media Jeweler Discover The Key To Success: Hula Hoops

Monday, April 16, 2018

Of course there's a hulu hoop artist named Miss Hoopdidoo. She dances to the finger-tapped guitar and crashing bass of the L.A. band's spindly track.

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The Breeders: Tiny Desk Concert

Monday, April 16, 2018

The Breeders' dreamy scuzz sounds wiser and more frazzled at the Tiny Desk, featuring the same lineup behind the band's breakout, 1993 album Last Splash.

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Zac Farro Of Paramore Wants Halfnoise's 'She Said' To Free Your Head

Thursday, April 12, 2018

The Paramore drummer coalesces his sunny, rhythmically rich psychedelic-pop tendencies on a new solo EP.

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First Listen: The HIRS Collective, 'Friends. Lovers. Favorites.'

Thursday, April 12, 2018

The anonymous grindcore band opens its membership to the punk community — Laura Jane Grace, Marissa Paternoster, Alice Bag, Shirley Manson — to defend and extol queer and trans survival.

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Stephanie Richards' 'Gong' Resonates The Body's Frequency

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Stephanie Richards' trumpet sounds like deep space wrapped around your head, a flood in the endless void.

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Tyler Childers: Tiny Desk Concert

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Tyler Childers writes songs about hard lives and hard love with direct heart and a soulful Kentucky drawl.

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Gang Gang Dance's Cosmic Chill Returns With 'Lotus'

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

The psychedelic dance crew will release its first album in seven years, Kazuashita, on June 22.

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What Does An Inclusive Hardcore Punk Festival Look Like?

Monday, April 09, 2018

Six years into Damaged City, the D.C. festival is starting to reflect its younger, more multicultural and gender-fluid crop of artists and attendees.

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Cecil Taylor On Piano Jazz

Friday, April 06, 2018

Cecil Taylor encompasses a never-ending range of sound and emotion. Hear an archival session with Marian McPartland from 1994.

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Ben LaMar Gay Soundtracks Southside Chicago With An Irregular Groove

Friday, April 06, 2018

With lyrics taken from Muhal Richard Abrams song titles and a video shot in the Bronzeville neighborhood, the Chicago-born musician connects the dots of his city's jazz history.

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Inuit Indie-Rocker Beatrice Deer Beautifully Animates 'Fox' Folktale

Thursday, April 05, 2018

Deer mixes traditional Inuit throat singing and indie-rock in a style she cleverly calls "Inuindie." "I have one foot in both worlds and I think my music exemplifies that," the singer says.

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Songs We Love: Howlin Rain, 'Alligator Bride'

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

This is Howlin Rain in full-on Crazy Horse mode, as big guitar chords are lashed with feedback. The band's music has never felt so anthemic.

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Drinks' New Avant-Pop Song 'Corner Shop' Is Weird And Wonderful

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

The fruit borne from Cate Le Bon and White Fence's Tim Presley in the last few years have been strange and delightful hybrids, like little pluots of avant-pop and post-punk.

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Juliana Daugherty's Contemplative 'Player' Marks A Promising Debut

Tuesday, April 03, 2018

Daugherty strikes out on her own and falls down a rabbit hole with the lead single off her upcoming album, Light, out June 1.

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Wild Animals' 'Science-Fiction' Is Power-Pop With A Big Dang Heart

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

The Madrid trio punches out raucous melodies like boxing gloves made from marshmallows. The Hoax comes out April 27.

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Seth Graham's Gleefully Deranged 'Flower Cheese' Blooms

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Seth Graham, who co-runs the experimental music label Orange Milk, makes glitched classical music frayed at the ends of reality.

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Boogie To Sonido Gallo Negro's Kitschy, Complicated 'Mambo Cósmico'

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

A busy, carnival-esque ostinato grounds the space-y Farfisa fuzz from this nine-piece Mexico City ensemble.

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Your Body May Not Be Ready For The Armed's 'Luxury Themes'

Monday, March 26, 2018

The only certain thing about this experimental Detroit collective is its chaotic entropy. The Armed's forthcoming Only Love seems to engineer deranged noise and chaotic hardcore as normal.

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Almas Fronterizas Soundtracks A Night Of Big Hair And Lowriders On 'Rosa Tropical'

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Everyone looks fly as hell in this "Rosa Tropical" video as the Chicano-soul band burns the edges of the evening with chrome embers.

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Sarah Louise's 'When Winter Turns' Deepens A Wide Palette

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

The Asheville-based singer and fingerstyle guitarist offers an Appalachian slow burn to melt the snow away.

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