Afternoon Bites: Chelsea Light Moving’s Debut, Yeti Listener Hour, New Ben Katchor, xTx Interviewed, and More

“Part of Chelsea Light Moving’s aesthetic evolves from Moore’s art punk historian status, and the three initial singles work that professorial thread. “Frank O’Hara Hit” is a conspiracy theory about a date that brings together O’Hara, Dylan, Jagger and Moore himself.” Scott Branson on the debut from Chelsea Light Moving.

Yeti‘s Mike McGonigal has started a podcast series, the Yeti Listener Hour. Volumes one and two are now up.

xTx talked with The Outlet. And if you liked that, perhaps you’d like her recent Sunday Story?

Ed Champion on the latest from Ben Katchor, Hand-Drying in America.

Stuart Berman on New Moon, The Men’s latest album, and more: “In hindsight, 1980s indie rock wasn’t so much an antidote to the preceding generation’s dinosaur rock as a tough-love corrective measure to revitalize it, from the Minutmen’s CCR/BOC boosterism to Hüsker Dü‘s sand-blasted take on the Byrds.”

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