Afternoon Bites: Thurston Moore’s New Band, Pie Chart “2666,” Endless Boogie, and More


“Endless Boogie gets one over on other longform rock outfits like Wooden Shjips because they don’t make it look easy. Some of these other jammy/think-they’re-rockin’ outfits are content to just ride a groove until they think no one’s listening anymore. Endless Boogie goes a lot deeper.” Doug Mosurock on Endless Boogie’s Long Island.

Joyland’s podcast, Truth & Fiction, features Emily Schultz in conversation with Emily St. John Mandel.

A while back, we wrote about Survival Knife, featuring a few former members of Unwound. Sub Pop will release their debut 7″ next month, which is fine news.

2666 in pie chart form.

If you’d like to hear the first album from Thurston Moore’s new band Chelsea Light Moving, NPR can help.

Blake Butler interviews his friend Lorian about her experiences working as a social worker in the Tenderloin.

Chloe Caldwell has a new essay up at The Fix.

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