The Color Purple: An Interview With King Tuff

The Color Purple: An Interview With King Tuff BY KATI HENG King Tuff’s been thinking about colors lately. With his self-titled album out to acclaim, a re-release of Was Dead, his 2008 small-press record, now making its worthy rounds, and a new record about to be released via Sub Pop, King Tuff (aka Kyle Thomas) has finally found the perfect channels to get his crazy garage rock out to the world. All the [more]

Impressive Volume: Talking with Mission of Burma

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Join Us For El Sounds Fest, Chicago, August 23 and 24

Join Us For El Sounds Fest, Chicago, August 23 and 24 UPDATE: Canopies will unfortunately no longer be performing at El Sounds Fest, but we hope to bring them to Chicago soon. See the Facebook page for all updated information. 2014 has been a big year for Frontier Psychiatrist. In the most tangible way, 2014 has been the year we’ve started to host live events. Back in April, we put together a show with Ryley [more]

Waiting on the G Train: An Interview with The Brooklyn Boys

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photo by Dan Monick

The Color Purple: An Interview With King Tuff

BY KATI HENG King Tuff’s been thinking about colors lately. With his self-titled album out to acclaim, a re-release of Was Dead, his 2008 small-press record, now making its worthy rounds, and a new record about to be released via Sub Pop, King Tuff (aka Kyle Thomas) has finally found...

Impressive Volume: Talking with Mission of Burma

BY JORDAN MAINZER Boston’s Mission of Burma is the not-so-classic story of “band forms in late Seventies, band releases classic debut single, EP, and LP in the early Eighties, band immediately disbands because lead singer develops severe tinnitus.” But in 2002, Mission of Burma reunited and began playing shows...
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Join Us For El Sounds Fest, Chicago, August 23 and 24

UPDATE: Canopies will unfortunately no longer be performing at El Sounds Fest, but we hope to bring them to Chicago soon. See the Facebook page for all updated information.  2014 has been a big year for Frontier Psychiatrist. In the most tangible way, 2014 has been the year we’ve...
Some of the Brooklyn Boys: Brad Cohen, Laura Rubin, Richard Mark Jordan, Teddy Vuong (L to R)

Waiting on the G Train: An Interview with The Brooklyn Boys

BY KEITH MEATTO In mid-July, Catey Shaw’s video for her song “Brooklyn Girls” went viral and enraged some critics for its saccharine, superficial depiction of the borough. A couple of weeks later, an impromptu collective of Brooklyn creative types made the parody “Brooklyn Boys,” which debuted here on Frontier...