Jeff Weiss
Jeff Weiss is a writer from Los Angeles, Ca. He founded POW in late 2005, a curse that continues to this day. He can be contacted at [email protected]. I guess.
Tragically, the Machinedrum X Chrissy Murderbot show that was supposed to go down in Montreal tonight got shut down due to overzealous immigration officials. On the plus side, it’s given me the time to revisit this
Martin Clarke’s latest over at Pitchfork is an interesting look at the interconnected sonic islands emerging out of London, weighing the pros and cons of what’s essentially a non-genre and debating its impact on London’s long-debated hardcore continuum. Personally, I tend to think that the 130 sphere is producing some of the most interesting music […]
The Lucas Foster Reader June 10, 2021
A guide to some of the best work from the dearly departed and deeply brilliant POW writer.
A look back into the near-distant past to dust off this jerkin' feature from 2009.
The Best of Boosie Mix March 18, 2021
Go home, set it off, and get your mail.
In honor of Gangsta Gibbs' first solo Grammy nomination, we're republishing this 2009 throwback from the publication that shall not be named.
A re-upped profile of People Under the Stairs circa 2009 in an LA alt-weekly that shall not be named.
If you need living room dance party fodder for what are hopefully the remaining months of quarantine, Michael McKinney's got you covered.
Art by Hannah | Moingeon/Apis/Sygma/Corbis
Insert Your Own Isiah Thomas Joke Here. 40. The Twilight Sad–Fourteen Autumns and Fifteen Winters [Fat Cat]   Take note Bloc Party. This is how you do histrionic, nostalgic and bombastic arena rock for indie kids without coming off like total fucking pussies. A Weekend in the City wasn’t terrible, but it wasn’t good either, […]