Tagged: THE TRIPWIRE
Cass McCombs stated earlier this year that he doesn’t write albums. He simply writes songs, compulsively, and doesn’t look back until he’s made enough to create something. This might be surprising, given the cohesion that … read more »
For a California dude, Ty Segall does not seem very concerned about making you feel comfortable or at ease. At least not on his latest effort Goodbye Bread (which is steaming in full here). Last … read more »
I’ve had a complicated relationship with The Dodos for some time. A few years ago, their introduction to the better part of the world (those, myself included, that hadn’t heard their self-released debut) Visiter found … read more »
I have always been a bit of a lo-fi/chillwave apologist (so long as I don’t have to literally defend the latter term). Sure, I could have done without the ubiquity of the subgenre on certain … read more »
Not sure if you guys heard, but Stricken City broke up. Too early! It’s always too early, despite what anyone might say. Bands need to live out their natural lives, and their natural lives are … read more »
Last Friday, verb/re/verb curated a YOUTH mixtape of teenage artists covering songs that shaped their childhoods not long past. The first track, by Teenage Reverb, is a wordless Backstreet Boys cover. Their take on “Get … read more »
Stream: The Tripwire Podcast 064 Download an enhanced version with album art, links, and chapters, here. Full track information after the jump!
Stream: The Tripwire Podcast 063 Download an enhanced version with album art, links, and chapters, here. Full track information after the jump!
My Morning Jacket have a lot to offer as a studio band, but no single recording of theirs is worth much when held up to their Scott Pilgrim-esque live show. I had always been on … read more »