• Ross Goldstein

    The transformative cross country road trip, the devastating break up, the mind-melting all night mushrooms experience– these are the types of main events that have inspired lots of great art, but what happens in the interim? What does it feel like as life moves through these chapters and has to bounce around the echoes they …

  • Arto Lindsay

    No Wave pioneer Arto Lindsay has announced a new double LP exploring his solo recordings from the past decade and a live set recorded at Pete’s Candy Store in 2012. Due out May 20 through Northern Spy, Encyclopedia of Arto includes collaborations with Amedeo Pace (Blonde Redhead), Marisa Monte, Caetano Veloso, Andrés Levin, Melvin Gibbs [...]
  • Renata Zeiguer

    Renata Zeiguer is a Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter, the daughter of Argentinean and Philippine immigrants. An NYC native, she grew up playing classical and jazz music, beginning on the violin and the piano at age 6, and listening to her grandmother play ragtime and tango music obsessively on a baby grand during family visits in Buenos …

  • Shilpa Ray

    Shilpa Ray is a wailing, fire breathing Cyclops. She tornadoes everything in her path: small towns, big cities, and children’s dreams. One of her fans commented on a YouTube video, “If there’s a heaven, I want God to hire Shilpa Ray to sing the list of my sins.” Within a few hours, she had a [...]
  • Odetta Hartman

    With a heart - stopping voice & wide - ranging instrumental talent, Odetta Hartman carries cowboy soul into an era where country can clash with computers, and bluegrass isn't afraid of bass. Her debut LP 222 -- an experimental, bedroom-produced hybrid of folk, musique concrète and psychedelia, was released on Northern Spy Records in 2015. [...]
  • Parlor Walls

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  • Larkin Grimm

    Larkin Grimm is an American singer-songwriter and musician born in Memphis, Tennessee. She was born into a religious order called Holy Order of MANS. The Grimm family owns a music store in Dahlonega, Georgia, where she grew up. At 20 years old she dropped out of Yale University and moved to Alaska, where she hiked [...]
  • Cuddle Magic

    Cuddle Magic is Benjamin Lazar Davis, Christopher McDonald, Dave Flaherty, Alec Spiegelman, Kristin Slipp and Cole Kamen-Green–a six-piece avant-pop band located between Brooklyn and Philadelphia. All six musicians are in-demand collaborators in New York’s musical community and work with a wide array of artists, from pop superstars like Beyoncé to critically lauded independent musicians like [...]
  • Amirtha Kidambi

    Amirtha Kidambi is invested in the performance and creation of a wide range of music from free improvisation and avant-jazz to experimental bands and new music. She is a soloist, collaborator and ensemble member in groups including Charlie Looker's early music inspired dark folk band Seaven Teares, Mary Halvorson's newest quintet Code Girl, Pat Spadine's [...]
  • On Fillmore

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  • String Noise

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  • Horse Lords

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  • PC Worship

    PC Worship is a band, solo project & collective of musicians, led by Justin Frye, trimming steadily on the outskirts of punk, while enlisting methods of new music and free improvisation. Aesthetically the band is uncommitted and explorative, basing the generalized musical direction on artistic expression and the commitment to creative self fulfillment. “PC” is [...]
  • Zs

    Zs was founded in 2000 and has existed as a trio, sextet, and quartet, now solidifying into the trio formation of Sam Hillmer, Patrick Higgins, and Greg Fox. While our music has been known variously as no-wave, brutal-prog, and post-minimalist, Zs is primarily concerned with making music that challenges the physical and mental limitations of [...]
  • The Necks

    The Necks are an experimental jazz trio from Sydney, Australia, comprising Chris Abrahams on piano and Hammond organ, Tony Buck on drums, percussion and electric guitar and Lloyd Swanton on bass guitar and double bass. The band plays improvisational pieces of up to an hour in length that explore the development and demise of repeating musical [...]
  • Rhys Chatham

    Rhys Chatham is a composer, guitarist and trumpet player from Manhattan, currently living in Paris, who altered the DNA of rock and created a new type of urban music that fuses the overtone-drenched sounds of early 60s minimalism with the relentless, elemental fury of the Ramones where the textural intricacies of the avant-garde collide with [...]
  • Cloud Becomes Your Hand

    The spirit of discovery has made heroes of mountain climbers and deep sea divers. We rally around it with undaunted belief that one day aliens will be our best friends, if we can just push deep enough into space. Cloud Becomes Your Hand reminds us that this magic of new worlds isn’t just on the [...]
  • O’Death

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  • Chicago Underground Duo

    Rob Mazurek (Exploding Star Orchestra, Starlicker, Pulsar Quartet, Rob Mazurek Octet) and Chad Taylor (Marc Ribot Trio, Side A, Digital Primitives) formed Chicago Underground Duo in 1997 as an organic offshoot of the larger Chicago Underground Collective. 2014 marks 17 years for Mazurek and Taylor playing together as the Chicago Underground Duo. Chad Taylor and Rob [...]