Scott Creney

Ensemble Pearl – Ensemble Pearl (Drag City)

Imagine a German Dirty Three. Of if you’re feeling cynical, imagine a 10-year-old boy pretending to be a monster, stomping all over Tokyo in a nuclear-induced haze.


The soundtrack to the inside of my head over the last year | Alex Gillies

Maybe, just maybe, I’m not the only one in this world with these fears and desires … and that’s what makes music so special.

 Bianca Valentino

Celeste Potter of Ouch My Face — The Collapse Board Interview

I don’t think any of my guitar solos are any of the right notes or anything.

 Scott Creney

No Anchor – Real Pain Supernova (self-released)

Listening to No Anchor, it’s hard not to hear a weaker, less interesting version of their heroes.


Boris & Ian Astbury – BXI (Southern Lord/Daymere)

Expectations are high! It’s been over two years since the Japanese trio of Boris released Smile and redefined the aesthetics of heavy with its mixture of songs, snow-storms of guitar noise, drone and feedback. Since then, a series of split releases, seven-inch records and reissues have only complicated anticipation on what would come next. Three months […]