Dirty Shoes (finally) returns as Douglas Martin takes a look at the epochal 1998 indie-rock album.
Douglas Martin, Doc Zeus, Jordan Pedersen, and Luis Paez-Pumar break down the best wrestling matches of 2016.
Dirty Shoes takes a look at the sort of Ty Segall & Co's super group, GØGGS.
Our guide to the best wrestling matches of 2015 breaks motherfucking backs like Ken Patera.
Brownsville champion Ka returns with the perfectly minimalistic "30 Keys."
The noise-pop melodies of Boston's Bummed make for an essential addition to the Dirty Shoes fall rotation.
If you mix listening to more jazz with a little Just Blaze, some trumpets, and a few psychedelics here and there.