Deadshirt’s Top Ten Albums of 2015

In last year’s Top Ten Albums list I praised the writers for the breadth of styles that their selections covered. This year’s list pushes that envelope much further; the twin towers of hip-hop, a genre-bending pop weirdo, a couple groups of young punks, reunited riot Read More …

Sleater-Kinney Rides a New Wave on No Cities to Love [review]

In the annals of rock history, the tale of Sleater-Kinney is legendary: three young women, heavily influenced by the riot grrl movement in the Pacific Northwest, started a punky fem-rock band that transcended genre to become one of the most universally beloved indie acts of Read More …

Deadshirt Is Listening… Moshing, Drinking Lattes, Taking Familiar Drives

Deadshirt Is Listening… Bringing you a rundown of our staff and guest contributors’ favorite new tracks released in the past week after they’ve had the weekend to blast them in their cars, in a club, alone in their rooms, etc. Sam Paxton is moshing to… “Bury Read More …