Since the year 2000, Ghettoblaster has been putting out a quarterly print magazine. For Ghettoblast from the Past, we look back at the bands and artists that were showcased within these pages. From Issue 42, Saddle Creek’s The Good Life by Kyle Eustice: To subscribe to Ghettoblaster Magazine or to pick up this issue, head over to our In Print page.
Since the year 2000, Ghettoblaster has been putting out a quarterly print magazine. For Ghettoblast from the Past, we look back at the bands and artists that were showcased within these pages. From Issue 42, independent artist Milo by Eddie Ugarte and photo by Amia. Also from Issue 42, Jade Tree’s Dogs On Acid by Tim Anderl. To subscribe to Ghettoblaster … Continue reading Ghettoblast From The Past: Milo, Dogs On Acid (Issue 42) →
Don Tigra self-release their self-titled album Friday. To celebrate they’ve shared the both a video from an album track and a new song. Enjoy: Don Tigra began in late 2012 when americana songwriter Stephen Gordon fell out of love with the rural, folk driven portrayal of his own inward journey. Gordon careened into experimentation with new instruments, process, and outlook. … Continue reading Don Tigra share tracks from forthcoming self-titled release →
Stuart’s Opera House presents the 12th annual Nelsonville Music Festival, June 2-5, 2016 at Robbins Crossing on the campus of Hocking College in Nelsonville, Ohio. Headliners this year include Randy Newman (Sunday), Gillian Welch (Saturday), Gary Clark Jr. (Friday), Courtney Barnett (Thursday), and over 60 more acts all four days. The goal is to always improve the experience of coming … Continue reading Nelsonville Music Fest 2016 announces details →
The world renowned festival, AFROPUNK BROOKLYN, has announced the lineup for its critically acclaimed annual weekend-long celebration, AFROPUNK BROOKLYN to take place on August 27 and 28 at Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry Park in Fort Greene. The 2016 AFROPUNK festival continues to be a bastion of multicultural diversity that manages to bring together a vast array of music acts, art and … Continue reading Afropunk Fest announces details (2016) →
Following a successful first run of their North American tour with a number of sold out shows including multiple Chicago and New York dates, esteemed instrumental group Tortoise are kicking off the second leg of their first major North American tour in support of their new album, The Catastrophist, out earlier this year. In anticipation of the tour kick-off, which … Continue reading Tortoise perform “Ox Duke,” tour (2016) →
A Dead Forest Index is now streaming their debut album In All That Drifts From Summit Down. The band pulls off the great feat of creating expansive music with a minimalist sound palate, drawing on influences that range from Tibetan ritualistic music, Arvo Pärt, and bands like Low and Dirty Three. It is a beautiful and impressionistic work. In All … Continue reading A Dead Forest Index stream debut, tour (2016) →
King Khan is back at it! On the heels of his recently released “Never Hold On” via Khannibalism/OBEY/Ernest Jenning, he releases single “Children of the World” off his upcoming 7″ on Merge Records dropping June 3 and prepares to tour with the Shrines. John B. Smith, founder and leader of The Invaders, invited King Khan to provide the soundtrack to … Continue reading King Khan Shares “Children Of The World →
Brooklyn’s Bird Of Youth release “Dad,” a new track from their forthcoming album Get Off (out May 20). Frontwoman Beth Wawerna chronicles her father’s passing on the song with heartrending candor: “When I fed my father / When I poured his water / He looked to his daughter / ‘Til he couldn’t see,” she sings. Following their record release show on May 17 at … Continue reading Bird Of Youth shares “Dad,” plays shows with Nada Surf (2016) →
DTCV have premiered their latest video, “Historie Seule.” The video was directed by Academy Award winning director Steven Soderbergh (Ocean’s 11, Traffic).