Monday, August 19, 2019
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Goodbye Mr. Hollis – A Life (1955 – 2019)

I’m sitting in a coffee shop and it is raining. The counter is busy, and the hiss of steam and the shuffle of feet...

Boon’s new album will make you feel

Disclaimer: I know three of the people in this band and it's gonna make this whole thing weird. Boon is a four-piece band made...

Song of the Day: “My Only Swerving”

As we go through this week of instrumental music, we'll be covering some lesser-known bands and performers than in our last few weeks. While...

Wang Wen hits home with “Invisible City”

Wang Wen is a survivor's band. The band has made music for about 20 years now in the unique environment of Dalian, China. Their...

Preview: STS9 at the Old National Centre’s Egyptian Room

Post-Rock Heavies Sound Tribe Sector 9 (STS9) Come to Play the Egyptian Room! Rock music has changed a lot over the past 60 years, and...

There’s a riot going on and Yo La Tengo have taken...

There’s a riot going on and Yo La Tengo has taken some time to think about it. Consequently, they give listeners 63:31 of contemplative...

Why you should listen to Wang Wen: Mainland China’s premier post-rock

Mainland China's music scene has a pretty strong post-rock core. East Asia in general has produced some awesome atmospheric acts, such as Mono and...

El Ten Eleven and Sego Take The Hi-Fi

Anyone with a case of the Mondays in Fountain Square last night had an easy fix for them waiting at The Hi-Fi. With El...

Interview with El Ten Eleven

El Ten Eleven is a post-rock, instrumental duo from Los Angeles currently on tour promoting their ninth studio release titled, Unusable Love EP. The band's...

Do Make Say Think “Stubborn Persistent Illusions” album review

Rating: 8.3/10 Hard to believe it’s been eight years since Do Make Say Think’s most recent album, “Other Truths,” was released in 2009.  This time...