Author Archives: Eric T. Miller

MP3 At 3PM: Inspired & The Sleep

Beginning as a Max Greenhalgh solo project and evolving into a psychedelic indie/pop outfit, San Diego’s Inspired & The Sleep offers up “Fly Low.” Says Greenhalgh of the track, “I often find myself rather obsessed with the universal concept of possibility. “Possibility” being the notion that there is infinite opportunity at any given moment in whatever you are […]

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Film At 11: The Album Leaf

Thanks to Jimmy LaValle of the Album Leaf for guest editing our website all week. Be sure to check out his new album, Perils From The Sea, with Mark Kozelek. Watch the video for “Dark Becomes Light,” off the Album Leaf’s Forward/Return EP, below.

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MP3 At 3PM: Lucius

Lucius‘ “Genevieve” is rhythmic fun at its best. The song closes the Brooklyn outfit’s self-titled EP (out via Wildewoman Music). Catch Lucius on its North American tour starting next week, and download “Genevieve” below. “Genevieve” (download): [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

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Film At 11: Imperial Teen

Thanks to Imperial Teen for guest editing our website all week. Be sure to check out its new album, Feel The Sound (Merge). Here’s a live video for “Million Dollar Man” that was recorded at XX Merge.

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Film At 11: Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains

Fránçois Marry, the French frontman of Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains, has played with the likes of Scottish indie combo Camera Obscura, but his band concerns itself more with adding electronic elements and global sounds to the musical equation. E Volo Love, out February 14 via Domino, was recorded in ancient church in the countryside […]

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Q&A With Tedeschi Trucks Band

Since the mid-’90s, Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks have both had successful music careers, she as an acclaimed singer/songwriter and he as an electrifying guitar player with his group and the Allman Brothers Band, among others. The two met on tour in 1999, married a couple of years later and had two children, but their […]

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Q&A With Her Space Holiday

This week’s release of Her Space Holiday‘s 10-track, self-titled album marks the end of the one-man musical project that Marc Bianchi started back in 1996. Fittingly, HSH’s final album is also the first on the Austin-based Bianchi’s No More Good Ideas label. While he has some live dates set to support the LP, the genre-defying […]

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Q&A With Fountains Of Wayne

The great Fountains Of Wayne just issued their fifth album in a career that dates back 15 years. Sky Full Of Holes (Yep Roc) was recorded by the band—vocalist/guitarist Chris Collingwood, multi-instrumentalist Adam Schlesinger, guitarist Jody Porter and drummer Brian Young—in New York City at the studio Schlesinger co-owns, and it may be the quartet’s […]

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Q&A With Richard Buckner

This week, singer/songwriter Richard Buckner releases Our Blood (Merge), his first new music since 2006’s Meadow. The nine-track LP was recorded by Buckner at his upstate New York home studio with pedal-steel guitarist Buddy Cage (New Riders Of The Purple Sage) and drummer Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth). Buckner kicks off a co-headlining tour with labelmate […]

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Q&A With The Ladybug Transistor

The Ladybug Transistor formed in Brooklyn in 1995, and frontman Gary Olson has been the band’s sole constant member. Clutching Stems (Merge) is the group’s seventh album and the first to be made following the 2007 asthma-related death of drummer San Fadyl. Since, the band’s lineup has solidified behind Olson, featuring Kyle Forester, Julia Rydholm, […]

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