Tuesday, March 5, 2019
Saturday, March 2, 2019
This is the 30th episode of Mathcast, in which we discuss The Wind in the Trees, Dim Into Dross, For Your Health, Bury Yourself, Orchid (India), Mutiny Abroad, revisit Dead Kiwis and Black Matter Device, as well as interview Michael Toney of Black Matter Device.
Thursday, February 21, 2019
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Delta Sleep are one of the most profoundly moving bands I have discovered in recent years, quickly becoming one of my favorite acts in math rock and at large, and back in November we had the honor of meeting them for a chat ahead of their performance at Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco.
Thursday, February 14, 2019
We've been doing our companion podcast, Mathcast, for a little over 2 years now. It is both a labor of love and joyful monthly ritual in which we discuss some of brightest artists in extreme and underground music, and last September our good friend and photographer, Vincent Courtoy, sat in on a recording session to capture that joy.
September podcast, 2018. Photos by Vincent Courtoy:
Friday, February 8, 2019
This is the 29th episode of our podcast, in which we discuss Blind Girls, Cloudburst, Inertia, Great Falls, The Air Turned to Acid, revisit Potion, and interview the homie Quade Ross (Car Made of Glass, Potion, TEBOTJF, Antarctica, et al).
Thursday, January 24, 2019
Roll out to the Red Hat February 23rd in Concord for the homies in Steaksauce Mustache with Pound, Pervert, Tengentum, and Lost to the Void, presented by Mars Productions and sponsored by Mathcore Index!
Event page here.
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Needle Play are a mathcore band based out of Boston, Massachusetts. Formed in late 2017, the band was originally featured on episode 23 of our podcast before seeing a slight lineup change with the addition of pianist Jonathan Jasperse and vocalist Tyler Tremblay, bassist and backing vocalist of MouthBreather, who both add exciting new energy to this already promising project. Tremblay's time in MouthBreather has obviously paid off, and it's clear by this raw vocal performance that he is equally comfortable with the role of front-man. Needle Play also further play to their already jazzcore leaning tenancies with the addition of piano accompaniment, and today we have the pleasure of bringing you the first single from their debut album, "Cruel Spring," which certainly highlights that. Fans of mathcore stalwarts, The Number Twelve Looks You, and next-gen mathcore darlings, like NoiSays, which also feature abundant jazzy interludes and off the wall time changes, will be all over this.
"Cruel Spring" is out April 9th via Bandcamp