After experimenting with a variety of genres on Evil Urges, including prog rock and funk, MMJ are returning to the reverb-drenched Southern rock sound that launched their career.
"It's got that vibe to it where it sounds likes everybody is in the same room," Blankenship told SPIN. "Even if someone is only playing on half of a song, you can still feel their presence."
[Above: guitarist Carl Broemel (left) and James]
Alessandro Cortini tends to surround himself with darkness. The Italian producer is most infamous as a torturer of modular synths and other bleak electronics for Los Angeles’ most famous industrial-goths, Nine Inch Nails. His previous solo LP, Sonno, slinked out on Prurient’s Hospital Productions — a bastion of the crepuscular, if there ever was one. And… More »