Big Huge: At The Movies

Our week in music looks to some of the standout artists seen at this year's SXSW festival

Self-described as “a frightful/delightful five-piece of ditty pumpers with a heart that bleeds for the wild child, the mood swinger and the lost thought found again,” NYC-based Big Huge and their garage-pop sound is a legitimate gang of devoted shredders. The eccentric band took their rock’n’roll show on the road to SXSW this week, where they performed songs to the rowdy crowd at East Side …

Interview: Black Moth Super Rainbow

We talk to the band's enigmatic front man, Tobacco, about the self-release of their fifth album

Using analog equipment and outdated electronics for a more “real” sound, Black Moth Super Rainbow is one of the more captivating experimental electronic bands we’ve become familiar with in recent years. With nearly a decade of albums under their belt and a truly authentic approach in terms of musical styling and general attitude, the band yesterday self-released their fifth full-length album, Cobra Juicy. Led by …

Fugazi Edits

More than 100 tracks sampled on an instrumental album two years in the making

Founder of music label Case/Martingale and recent resident DJ at Marie Claire magazine, music maker and producer Chris Lawhorn has created Fugazi Edits, a new record made entirely by sampling every single song in the band Fugazi‘s discography. The instrumental album includes excerpts from 100 Fugazi tracks to form a dual personality record, with one part remaining true to the band’s tone and the other …