Careers in music are seldom predictable, but Ethan Buckler's has been weirder than most. He first kicked up dust among underground types in the late '80s as a member of Slint, a Louisville, Kentucky, art-noise outfit whose influence continues to linger. The band broke up around ten years ago, but Buckler had already split by then in favor of King Kong, an act that preferred quirky dance beats and quirkier lyrics to monstrous slabs of sound. The group garnered a cultish following, thanks to... More >>>