Until Return To Annihilation, Locrian had been content to make obscure music on obscure records for obscure labels. But the fog-drenched oscillations of earlier releases have been sculpted into something new on the group’s latest full-length. With sharpness, lucidity, and a lust for sullen melody, Return is a red-eyed glimpse beyond the veil of logic and permanence.
Best of: Best music of 2015: The ballots Our list of the 15 best albums of 2015 wasn’t just a one-man decision. It’s a committee call. Each regular music writer and A.V. Club staff member gets a chance to list their top 10 records, with their No. 1 record getting 10 points, their No. 2 getting nine, and so on. From there, we do a little math, and the list is finalized. Below are everyone’s individual ballots, ar..
If you're in LA before May 6th I highly recommend popping by the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA for 'Transmission LA: AV Club' which was curated by artist, producer and founding member of genre-defining hip-hop act the Beastie Boys, Mike D.
On March 10, 1997, The WB introduced a television phenomenon—well, “introduced” is stretching it, since it was based on a largely unremembered cinematic property from 1992. And “phenomenon” isn’t 100 percent accurate, either, as even its most ardent fans would argue that it took the show a few epis
Daniel Knauf tells the AV Club his plan for the end of Carnivàle, whose screen life ended far too soon, leaving fans outraged the planned next two seasons would never be made. Fans are still waiting to know answers for the complex, gritty, and mystical plot. I hope we may still have a chance to see at least some of the cast reunited on this side of the veil...