Archive for April, 2016

Friday, April 29th, 2016

Our weekly two hour show on SIRIUS/XMU, channel 35, can be heard twice every Friday – Noon EST with an encore broadcast at Midnight EST. SIRIUS 431: Jean-Michel Bernard – Générique Stéphane ++ Billy Changer – Chiller ++Emerald Web – Flight Of The Raven ++ Harumi – What A Day For Me ++ Truck – […]

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

Drawing a line from the rootsy grooves of the Band to the scuzz of late ’70s punk rock isn’t the first move most musicologists would make, but a case could be made for exactly that via the lean, ambling music of Eggs Over Easy. In the early ’70s, New Yorkers Jack O’Hara and Austin de Lone met and formed a […]

Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

It’s back. Welcome to the first installment of Aquarium Drunkard’s re-tooled podcast. Picking up where the Sidecar (Transmissions) left off, consider this new program a late night broadcast exploring pop culture through an esoteric lens, focusing on music, literature, film and other dispatches from parts unknown. Beginning now, expect a new episode every other week. Our debut features […]

Tuesday, April 26th, 2016
Tuesday, April 26th, 2016

Everything is indeed bigger in Texas. Enter the Austin based project Echocentrics, multi-instrumentalist/producer Adrian Quesada’s ongoing collaborative project — this time featuring the likes of Bill Callahan, Alex Maas of the Black Angels and White Denim’s James Petralli. The lp, Echo Hotel, hits May 20th via Nacional Records. Until then, chew on “Gettin’ Away With […]

Thursday, April 21st, 2016

Time. It flies. One year ago this week Andy Cabic (Vetiver) dropped this mixtape for us on the heels of his latest full-length…and today he returns with his trick bag in tow. Dig in – and if you’re in Los Angeles, catch Vetiver at the Troubadour tomorrow night. Aquarium Drunkard Presents: Vetiver II – A […]

Thursday, April 21st, 2016

There are few words to describe the transgressive beauty, power, and innovation of Prince. With the terrible news of his passing making the rounds, we’re resharing this 2009 reflection on his 1987 masterpiece, Sign ‘O’ The Times, by Josh Neas. By 1987, Prince had created a body of work enviable by any musician. Starting with […]