James Plane Wreck

Cassette EP Out Now


Jet Black's New Favorite Band.

Charlie Baudelaire & the 666-Shooters

Free Digital Downloads. Learn it. Know it. Live it.

2002 Boise music Comp

We found this old comp of Boise bands from 2002.


In which we attempt to provide a list of shows happening around the valley.


Klaatu barada nikto

The Queeves

Sonic garbage from Idaho's worst band.


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Premiere: Yokosawa Shunichiro – “High:Low”

Since moving to Tokyo in 2015, singer-songwriter Yokosawa Shunichiro has quietly perfected the art of the SoundCloud single, preserving the site’s understated weirdness even as it has eventually become synonymous with ad-libs and RONNYJ beats. His lo-fi...

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Watch: Robyn – “Ever Again”

So…. You Think You Like Pop Music? Scandinavia stays churning out delectable pop music, so you KNOW this Robyn (of Sweden) joint pops off. Cue it up and watch the magic pan out before your eyes & ears. It’s got like 200,000 views as I’m typing this, but I’m sure once...

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Album Review: The Aggrolites “REGGAE NOW!”

The Aggrolites have returned with their sixth studio album REGGAE NOW! a continuation of their unique brand of funky soulful skinhead reggae. This organ driven “dirty reggae” has almost never felt so tight and cohesive as what they put on display here....

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♫ Listen: Lieven Martens – Oahu Suite

CG—®8’ing outta 5 Styles: along the tide and shore line, finding the perfect plant for your bedroom-window sill, communication with an outside world, self discovery: a physiological horror, menacing delight, composed euphoria as contempt Others:...

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Music Review: LOFT – and departt from mono games

LOFT and departt from mono games [Tri Angle; 2019] Rating: 3.5/5 Dance music has always stirred up feelings of unease in my head. My earliest encounters with it, when I was maybe three or four years old, were intimate and unfamiliar in much the same way that...

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Rat Boy announce first North American tour

In support of his fresh album “Internationally Unknown,” Rat Boy (Essex, UK) has just announced his first ever headlining tour of North America. The album was published earlier this year off of Hellcat Records. This is their debut album, and tour of the...

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Here’s your damn Frank Ocean content, you vultures

Look, TMT knows how much people love Frank Ocean. Remember that several year period where we all scrounged around for every little morsel of a hint about what ended up becoming Endless and Blonde? Lately though, there hasn’t been much in the way of speculation...

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Music Review: City & i.o – Spirit Volume

City & i.o Spirit Volume [PTP; 2019] Rating: 3.5/5 Save for their home province (British Columbia) and their equally un-Googleable names, there’s little overlap between solo artists City and i.o, whose first collab marks the pair’s debut...

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RIP: Dr. John

“The events which transpired five thousand years ago; Five years ago or five minutes ago, have determined what will happen five minutes from now; five years From now or five thousand years from now. All history is a current event.” – Dr. John...

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♫ Listen: Decimus – Decimus 6

Under mounting logistical burnout and promotional grind, Pat Murano (No Neck Blues Band, Decimus) has retired his Kelippah label. Yet a new label arises, and with it a new approach. Murano posts- “For the past year, I’ve been wracking my brain trying...

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♫ Listen: German Army – No No Boy

Oh yeah, I get it. German Army should have been on the Twin Peaks season 3 shortlist for musical performers, or at least musical consultants. Are there unreturned emails from the German Army camp sent to Dean Hurley? Angelo Badalmenti? Lynch himself? I...

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Music Review: Carly Rae Jepsen – Dedicated

Carly Rae Jepsen Dedicated [School Boy/Interscope; 2019] Rating: 3.5/5 Carly Rae Jepsen embodies a pop ideal so quaint and so counter to the perceived wisdom of being famous in 2019 that she’s often looked upon as something of a unicorn: a singer whose...

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Column: Favorite Rap Mixtapes of May 2019

With a cascade of releases spewing from the likes of DatPiff, LiveMixtapes, Bandcamp, and SoundCloud, it can be difficult to keep up with the overbearing yet increasingly vital mixtape game. In this column, we aim to immerse ourselves in this hyper-prolific world and...

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Stream Lightweight’s new album “Spirits Down”

Some of our favorite pop-punkers from Sacramento California, Lightweight have just released a new album titled Spirits Down. It’s full of upbeat and poppy punk rock that’s perfect for a summer day, and you can check it out below. The post Stream...

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If it’s true that creators of disturbing works of art are often holed up somewhere, cackling with sneaky delight, then surely the keepers of nonchalance are, sans persona, careworn and melancholy. I don’t know DPEEE and his work as well as Bort does, but...

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♫ Listen: claire rousay – Several Erasures

Where would you set it all up? Claire Rousay needs a lot of gear, for what is a percussionist to do without a bunch of stuff to make sound with? Especially the “solo percussionist,” doomed to roam the earth with bags upon bags and crates upon crates of...

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Music Review: Flying Lotus – Flamagra

Flying Lotus Flamagra [Warp; 2019] Rating: 4/5 Even when just casually seeking out cultural criticism, you will likely read pieces on what a creation supposedly means for “our current moment.” This approach is oftentimes used as a conduit to lazily...

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The Lucky Eejits release video ahead of new LP

Oakland’s The Lucky Eejits are to release a new album, Out Of Time, on July 12th via Wiretap and Bypolar. Ahead of the album, the band have released a single, “So Far So Good” via Bandcamp – and an accompanying video. Check out the...

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Stream The Barren Marys new album “Wired Wrong”

Some of Philadelphia’s finest punks, The Barren Marys have released a new album, Wired Wrong. The band says of the album, “Wired Wrong starts off with the one-two punch of ‘Good Time’ and ‘It’s Gonna Suck,’ exploring the...

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Watch: Klein – “Born”

Klein. She’s the best. Remember when we called Only (#40 of 2016) “a litany of disembodied, psychedelic interludes”? Or when we called Tommy (#5 of 2017) “a moment of kaleidoscopic reflexivity”? Or cc (#30 of 2018) an “irreducible, all-encompassing,...

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