Galcher Lustwerk Goes Quiet on Information LP

sngalbums: To be perfectly honest, I thought I would notice symptoms of hearing loss while I was still working at my college radio station. In actuality, last fall marked the first time when my tinnitus became too loud to ignore. When I learned that Cleveland-born, Brooklyn-based Galcher Lustwerk had been living with tinnitus for years, it started to become clear why his 2019 album Information … Continue reading Galcher Lustwerk Goes Quiet on Information LP

Galcher Lustwerk Goes Quiet on Information LP

To be perfectly honest, I thought I would notice symptoms of hearing loss while I was still working at my college radio station. In actuality, last fall marked the first time when my tinnitus became too loud to ignore. When I learned that Cleveland-born, Brooklyn-based Galcher Lustwerk had been living with tinnitus for years, it started to become clear why his 2019 album Information made … Continue reading Galcher Lustwerk Goes Quiet on Information LP

Russian Producer Kedr Livanskiy Made a Rousing Appearance at The Roxy

sngshows: Originally appeared on Grimy Goods. Words by me, photos by Martin Santacruz.  It was a good night for underground techno lovers this past Friday at the Roxy. Gel Set opened the show for headliner Kedr Livanskiy, who has finally come to Los Angeles as part of an extensive European and North American tour. Hopefully she had a chance to enjoy the sun before she … Continue reading Russian Producer Kedr Livanskiy Made a Rousing Appearance at The Roxy

Russian Producer Kedr Livanskiy Made a Rousing Appearance at The Roxy

Originally appeared on Grimy Goods. Words by me, photos by Martin Santacruz.  It was a good night for underground techno lovers this past Friday at the Roxy. Gel Set opened the show for headliner Kedr Livanskiy, who has finally come to Los Angeles as part of an extensive European and North American tour. Hopefully she had a chance to enjoy the sun before she returns … Continue reading Russian Producer Kedr Livanskiy Made a Rousing Appearance at The Roxy

Will Long put a sketch of our former president’s face on his new album, Long Trax 2, and opens the release with Obama’s voice, remarking on racism’s steady influence on American society. But Long intends to make a broader political statement. From the liner notes on Bandcamp:  “Dancefloors are widely perceived by the masses as safe zones, but few can imagine how to apply notions … Continue reading