The supergroup featuring Jay Deegan, Irwin Menken and Big Star's Jody Stephens enlisted Wilco's Nels Cline and Sonic Youth's Lee Ranaldo for their upcoming LP.
Joyful Noise has announced a brand new flexi disc series for 2015, a project featuring never-before-heard music "pressed" on paper-thin flexi discs.
Sonic Youth guitarist-singer Lee Ranaldo issued his first solo album, 'From Here to Infinity' -- extended guitar feedback drones recorded onto tape loops -- back in 1987, and has offered up about a dozen more in the years leading up to last month's release of 'Between the Tides and the Times.' Dubbed his debut solo effort by many publications, 'Tides' marks a transition from his experimental side to a singer-songwriter incarnation -- it is his first album of more standard rock fare. Yet, this being Lee Ranaldo, it's still anything but standard.