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With “Uncle Brian’s Abattoir”, Pete Doherty and Jack Jones Score An Unlikely Classic

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” –That guy who painted the Sistine Chapel “Uncle Brian’s Abattoir”  is the simplest of songs, the furthest thing possible from King Crimson, yet the paired down track packs within it the violent grace and fearlessness… Continue Reading →

Live Forever Justin Townes Earle

Demons descend in order to hold you down. Demons can be temporarily expelled, but you best believe they will return, and it is not the fault of those they inhabit. These vessels aren’t at fault. They don’t welcome them back… Continue Reading →

“I Like To Think That We’re Still Free” NYC’s Most Prolific Drummer Linda Pitmon On Playing With Her Heroes And Staying Creative In The Post Apocalypse

Without a doubt the most prolific and well-connected drummer in what remains a vibrant New York City music scene (despite what the other sites will tell you), Linda Pitmon has collabed with everyone from Sleater Kinney and REM members in… Continue Reading →

Straight Outta’ Uzbekistan: The Needshes Interview

Today we are proud to post our interview with Otabek Salamov, founder and front man of Uzbekistan’s finest power trio, The Needshes, who told us about making Uzbek audience’s jaws drop and remaining a teenager forever.     How did… Continue Reading →

Like Niche Appeal? Then Buy This Book

Brand new novella from ya’ boy dropped today. If you like my articles here on The Niche, then you will most likely enjoy this too. Buy From Publisher Buy From Feudal Warlord Jeff Bezos Other Daniel Falatko Joints An unnamed… Continue Reading →

Dallas Acid: Meditation Music For the Fringes

Far back in the misty, decadent crevices of mid-2000s North Brooklyn there existed a ragtag, elegantly bearded band of Stones-worshipers that just about made it. Just about but not quite. The band in question was VietNam, a Michael Gerner-led gaggle… Continue Reading →

Fixing Paul McCartney’s Solo Career

Look, the early solo years of the four Beatles didn’t have to be a competition. In the free-thinking, flower power spirit of that time the formerly fabz could have collaborated on and complimented one another on their early forays into… Continue Reading →

“It’s a little dark”: The Bugeye Interview

The enigmatic four piece London band Bugeye is getting played on radio air waves along side MOSES and Bikini Kill.  This band is powerful mashup of Blondie, The Pixies and some slinky disco tossed in for good measure. Let’s get… Continue Reading →

Live Forever Tres Warren: 25 Essential Tracks

The saddest and most mysterious death of the first half of 2020, Tres Warren, one half of long-running psych juggernaut Psychic Ills along with bassist Elizabeth Hart, checked out right as the world was beginning to slide off its axis… Continue Reading →

Discography Digging: Primal Scream Part 2 (2000-Present)

XTRMNTR, (2000) Bobby Gillespie – vocals, guitar, samples Andrew Innes – guitar Robert Young – guitar, programming Martin Duffy – keyboards, programming Gary ‘Mani’ Mounfield – bass Darrin Mooney – drums Jim Hunt – saxophone Duncan Mackay – trumpet If there’s a more iconic moment in… Continue Reading →

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