This week we revisit the Brooklyn record label Kanine Records, with an in-depth interview with Lio Kanine, who has some great advice for being a successful band and hooking up with the right label, how a label can document a scene and grow with it, and the secrets to good music. We cover the early days with breakout bands Grizzly Bear, Chairlift, Surfer Blood, get into some local NYC music scene nostalgia, Ian Mckaye, skateboarding, kids, showering, venues, Florida, the label’s current international roster, and why New York is rad, all over some candy and Cigar City beer. Don’t miss this one!
Matt Ruby chats w/ Luisa Díez about her anthropological view of comedy. Jacqueline & J on the new movie, ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?.’ And a sneak preview of The Underhill Family Orchestra’s upcoming BTR Live Studio session. | listen
Mike Pace, formerly of Brooklyn post-punks Oxford Collapse, is back with another excellent batch of catchy tunes from his eponymous project. While we last saw Mike in an acoustic phase (doing… | watch