Thurston Moore forms a new band and The Riot Girrrl Collection gets its own volume.

Critical Mob, a discovery site that curates, selects, and reviews the best in culture, discusses this week’s top musical picks; Thurston Moore forms new band,  Riot Grrrl movement gets recognition in paper and print form, Danish band Iceage foments interest and a Swedish, ‘pagan-inspired' collective releases a new album.

Thurston Moore's New Band Chelsea Light Moving Will Play At Your BBQ

With the future of Sonic Youth uncertain due to the death of true love, Thurston Moore is focusing his noise-making energies on a new band, Chelsea Light Moving. And to show they're serious about blowing minds and earbuds, the band have put it out there that they will play pretty much anywhere you want them to. The group's self-titled debut album (which is streaming on NPR right now) will be out on March 5th.

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