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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.


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The Queeves

Sonic garbage from Idaho's worst band.


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New Classical Reviews

A Baroque pastiche opera, a riveting piano concert and a streamlined take on Bruckner’s Symphony No. 3 all caught our classical editors’ ears last month.

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Music Review: 9T Antiope – Nocebo

9T Antiope Nocebo [PTP; 2019] Rating: 4/5 REMS, the debut solo album by Nima Aghiani (one half of 9T Antiope with Sara Bigdeli Shamloo), still haunts me. It lingers and still I shudder, not because its onslaught of power noise is especially frightening on its...

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Music Review: Nate Wooley – Columbia Icefield

Nate Wooley Columbia Icefield [Northern Spy; 2019] Rating: 3.5/5 Save for trucks full of afternoon tourists or the odd climber, the Columbia Icefield is some hundred-thousand miles into the Rockies and 125 square miles of nothing. Like a post-12 Monkeys...

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Live Blog: Midwinter 2019

Midwinter 2019 The Art Institute of Chicago; Chicago, IL [02-15-2019] by Adam Rothbarth on 02-27-2019 On February 15-17, Pitchfork held the first installment of its new Midwinter festival at the Art Institute of Chicago. Over the course of three days, musicians...

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Music Review: Boy Harsher – Careful

Boy Harsher Careful [Nude Club; 2019] Rating: 4/5 “The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel.” We may still watch television, but who watches a television? Who today knows static, and where could consumption be...

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Music Review: Silk Road Assassins – State Of Ruin

Silk Road Assassins State Of Ruin [Planet Mu; 2019] Rating: 2.5/5 If sound is a story about what happened to itself, then State of Ruin is a coyote sucking the pheromone-marrow from a fallen cyborg. Its rhythms are like muscle-spasms, its melodies like...

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Watch: Forest Management – “Blue Leaves”

Passageways, John Daniel’s newest record as Forest Management (out March 22 on the superb Whited Sepulchre), is an “ode to Daniel’s childhood home — a secluded apartment complex in Cleveland that his parents managed.” My own childhood home had some fun passageways: a...

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Music Review: SPELLLING – Mazy Fly

SPELLLING Mazy Fly [Sacred Bones; 2019] Rating: 4/5 At the beginning of the second verse of “Hard to Please (Reprise),” a sultry psych-R&B number from SPELLLING’s latest album Mazy Fly, the Bay Area experimentalist softly croons, “I...

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Introducing Pop Punk Act: Halogens

My New Year’s resolution for 2019 was to have more diverse playlists. I’ll admit it, I get hyper fixated on a band or song and listen to them over and over. On my quest to spend more time listening to new music, I discovered the Halogens and...

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Short/Fast/Loud: Abolitionist – “A New Militance”

Here at Dying Scene, we’ve been talking a lot behind the scenes about how to maximize our content—not only covering more, but covering better. We’ll be making some changes to our output in the coming months, and the end goal will be to provide our...

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Music Review: Croatian Amor – Isa

Croatian Amor Isa [Posh Isolation; 2019] Rating: 3/5 (whose end of the world is the end of the world?) (whose ending of the world is the ending of the world?) (whose apocalypse is the apocalypse?) (who survives but is not considered to have survived?) –...

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♫ Listen: Tom Mudd – Brass Cultures

Brass Cultures finds Tom Mudd at work on algorithmic brass models. Various tubes, valves, and slides of the instrument group simulated. Likewise the playability, even down to subtle variations in lip pressure. A double simulation really, with the winding maze-works of...

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Details of final ever Nothington shows revealed

Nothington have revealed details of their final shows. The band will play San Diego and Los Angeles this April, with a final ever show scheduled in San Francisco this June. See what the band had to say about the shows and full details below. “As many of you are...

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Music Review: Wizard Apprentice – I Am Invisible

Wizard Apprentice I Am Invisible [Ratskin; 2018] Rating: 4/5 Wizard Apprentice’s main act toward expression is unpacking: picking their self open, laying their self bare and exploring the remains. For that reason, it’s hard to say much about...

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Mix Tape: Music for shoplifting

Requested by 5 Finger Discount • Compiled by Buff the Hippo You know the drill. 01. JPEGMAFIA - “Thug Tears” 02. Ski Mask The Slump God - “Nuketown (feat. Juice WRLD)” 03. Run The Jewels - “Lie, Cheat, Steal” 04. The...

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We’re staying in the cassette world for this week’s Vintage Audio Spotlight, which features a super-cool Denon DRS-610 tape deck. What makes it super-cool, you ask? The DRS-610 has a front-loading drawer just like a CD player, with the cassette actually...

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Music Review: Ariana Grande – thank u, next

Ariana Grande thank u, next [Republic; 2019] Rating: 4.5/5 I hope you find love. Don’t let that be too much to ask. “Why can’t you imagine a world like that?” Not love like reductive metaphor, no string of useless monogamies. Not...

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Music Review: Illiterate Light – Sweet Beast

Illiterate Light Sweet Beast [Self-Released; 2019] Rating: 3/5 I don’t begrudge any band for aggrandizing their happiness, especially not a group as optimistic as Illiterate Light, who can wrap a decently upbeat melody around downer lyrics like:...

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Skate Jam 6 Announces Set Times

Nothing goes better with skateboarding than punk music and the fine folks of Reno get the best of both worlds next weekend at the sixth annual Skate Jam! This all day, all ages event (sponsored by Wheel House and Suffix Skateboarding) not only features...

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♫ Listen: Cat Temper – Purring for Vengeance

This isn’t something I feel I should be apologizing for. I was just talking to my friend about the new Jah Division album, and I asked him, are they as dumb as they sound, or are they worth the listen? His answer: yes and yes. That’s my...

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Music Review: Lee Gamble – In a Paraventral Scale

Lee Gamble In a Paraventral Scale [Hyperdub; 2019] Rating: 3/5 Cities. New cities. Cities that aren’t even on this earth yet. The kind that Lee Gamble, on In a Paraventral Scale, gives a language to. Cities like shrines shining, where stars spill their...

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