Marc Ribot’s schizophrenic rock band, Ceramic Dog, plus Best Coast’s peach-fuzzy Record Store Day single and an awesome A-Trak video for Rube Goldberg buffs to nerd out to.
A brokedown six-stringer gets passed around by Grade-A guitarists with ace results. A track by Cleveland’s Pleasure Leftists will thrill connoisseurs of tall-haired crooners and minor-chord urgency. A video for a bangin’ tune by Montreal son A-Trak sees his guest rappers rocking rhymes from the club to the dep — though we’re not sure that’s actually a dep.
The new synth soup by New Jersey’s Dayve Hawk, aka Memory Tapes, plus a track from A-Trak’s forthcoming Tuna Melt EP and a video with Flying Lotus depicting Elijah Wood as a magic/cursed amputee.
Stay Young, the new record by Hamilton’s Young Rival, is out Oct. 23 but available now straight from the source. Also, a new Ty Segall track from an upcoming various-artists release marking the 45th anniversary of one of the most important records of all time, and a video feat. Montreal’s own A-Trak.