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Shabaka Hutchings :: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview

4 days ago
"What does it mean to have music of spiritual substance?" Shabaka Hutchings of Sons of Kemet joins us to discuss his solo debut, Perceive Its Beauty, Acknowledge Its Grace, which finds him shifting from sax to flute, creating a spiritual, familial, ... more info

Dana Gavanski :: LATE SLAP

4 days ago
On her third album, LATE SLAP, the Serbian-Canadian musician warbles, coos, and ululates like an art deco songbird. Gliding across meticulously constructed orchestral synth-pop with emotional intensity regulated at a slow simmer, Gavanski combines cl... more info

James Elkington & Nathan Salsburg :: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview

5 days ago
The excellent All Gist, out this week on Paradise of Bachelors, sees James and Nathan taking their musical partnership back to its roots. It’s an album full of gorgeously interlocking guitars, bewitching melodies and a couple of curveball covers. M... more info

Moose Loose :: Elgen er løs

7 days ago
Elgen er løs, it must be said, does not sound like ECM jazz. Instead what we have here is a blast of funky, fuzzed-out jazz psychedelia. The sinewy “Flytende Øye” could easily pass for a straight-up krautrock jam. Honestly, the whole thing hew... more info

The Lagniappe Sessions :: Orions Belte | Second Session

11 days ago
Orions Belte return with their second Lagniappe Session, a follow up to their 2021 entry which found the Norwegian trio transfiguring material from the likes of Mac Miller and Danzig. This time out they transmute tunes by two disparate American artis... more info

Catching Up With Phosphorescent

12 days ago
It’s been five years since the last Phosphorescent album, a dark half decade for most people and especially for those in the performing and creative arts. So it’s not surprising that when Matthew Houck first glimpsed the contours of what would be... more info

Another Bummer :: Neil Young’s On The Beach At 50

13 days ago
Is On The Beach a bummer? Well, maybe. But it’s a brilliant bummer. To celebrate 50 years of the record, dig into an alternate version of the album, made up of rare live renditions and fireside sessions. Neil didn’t often return to many of these ... more info

The New Eves :: Post-Punk Drone Folk from Brighton

19 days ago
The New Eves—the Brighton-based quartet of Nina Winder-Lind, Kate Mager, Ella Oona Russell, and Violet Farrer—craft a rousing brew of post-punk, drone-folk, and avant-choral psych that evokes The Raincoats, Nico, Television, and Horses-era Patti... more info

Jim White :: All Hits: Memories

20 days ago
What happens when a renowned collaborator records a solo album? That’s the question when considering Jim White’s first solo endeavor, All Hits: Memories. White first came to prominence as the drummer for the seminal Australian band Dirty Three an... more info

Light Pollution: The Roots of Ambient Jazz

21 days ago
As Aquarium Drunkard recently reported, ambient appears to be the shape of jazz to come. The newest new thing is cross-pollinating with electronics and minimalism, new age and drone. But even these currents have a history. We dove deep into our favor... more info

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