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Editors’ Notes

After releasing their first album in nearly 20 years in 2013, the Los Angeles trio Medicine return in 2014 with Home Everywhere—an album that proves they're quite serious about rejuvenating their sound with forward motion. Brad Laner’s guitars still dominate the dense sound and Jim Goodall’s massive drums take up an inordinate amount of space, but Elizabeth Thompson’s often-buried vocals rise from the din (“Cold Life,” “It’s All About You,” “The People”) for a sweeter pop edge. Ambitions run high on the 11-minute closer, where the trio explore various tribal and shoegazing methods to ecstasy.


Formed: 1991 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The brainchild of guitarist Brad Laner, Los Angeles trio Medicine play a melodic, rhythmic style of noise rock that has been tagged as dream pop. Laner began performing in his early teens in such local bands as Vox Pop and Nervous Gender after developing a taste for such avant-garde rock performers as Captain Beefheart, Throbbing Gristle, Yoko Ono, and the Residents. Over the years, Laner played on more than 300 albums, the most famous of which belonged to industrial rock outfit Savage Republic,...
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