A few favorites from 2019

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1gHhtJgZamY5UEL39iBdla?si=IYfkFSPlRkieDfIjLMY9Yg I found myself in a bit of a rut this year, mostly listening to old music and making nostalgic playlists over keeping an ear out for new releases. However, there were a few things I really latched onto like Mitski's Be The Cowboy (shocking, I know,) and, more recently, Leaving Meaning from Swans. Regardless, … Continue reading A few favorites from 2019

I Came as a Rat: Modest Mouse’s New passion for Bestial Snuff Photography

Typically, taking a look at Modest Mouse's instagram account will yield an underwhelming array of poorly executed mysteries and pseudo-photography. Rarely do they mean anything. Sure, there's the occasional clue hinting at upcoming half-hearted singles but only recently has it become somewhat interesting to check in with these elusive Washington State indie darlings. Why? Well, … Continue reading I Came as a Rat: Modest Mouse’s New passion for Bestial Snuff Photography

Louise Page: Silver Daughter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rnqpx4w6Ynk Music video for Silver Daughter's first track - Future Runaway Bride Last month, singer-songwriter Louise Page released her second album, Silver Daughter, after much anticipation. Her vocal styling is emotive and full-bodied, riding the line between storytelling and musicality in a way reminiscent of show tunes but with the lilt and vocal control of … Continue reading Louise Page: Silver Daughter

Rosey – A Great Day to be Swallowed by a Whale

This summer has been an absolutely killer time to be a fan of Memphis musicians. Multiple bands and songwriters have been putting out their best work in the past few months and it's been incredibly exciting. Normally this would be a problem, because I am a drunk shut-in who won't leave his back yard unless … Continue reading Rosey – A Great Day to be Swallowed by a Whale

Of Creative Satisfaction: An Interview with Daughters/Way Out’s Nicholas Sadler

Photo by Rianne Garrido Daughters re-imagined and beautifully corrupted their sound on last years You Won't Get What You Want. In actuality, I got exactly what I did not know I needed. The album has an almost industrial edge to its rhythm section and singer Alexis shouts and wails his grim and poetic brand of … Continue reading Of Creative Satisfaction: An Interview with Daughters/Way Out’s Nicholas Sadler

Whoop Whoop to the Proletariat: Juggalos and the Bottom Left

[Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are mine, and do not reflect that of Wired Wrong music as a whole, or those of ICP/Psychopathic Records and their fans. This is an opinion piece intended purely for entertainment purposes.] Over the past few years I've taken to facetiously claiming at parties with other … Continue reading Whoop Whoop to the Proletariat: Juggalos and the Bottom Left