Review: Wilsen – Magnolia

Review: Wilsen – Magnolia
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Wilsen Magnolia Self-Released Street: 04.14 Wilsen = Nick Drake + London Grammar Ethereal and otherworldly, Wilsen’s remix EP is a 4-track compilation of some of the sweetest melodies and most

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Local Review: AudioTreats – Vol. 2

Local Review: AudioTreats – Vol. 2
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I’m stunned by the quality of music that has come out of Utah’s EDM scene as of late. AudioTreats’ Vol. 2 is no exception. This album is a hypnotic tapestry of hip-hop and electronica. Each track is incredibly fluid, and they each fit together in perfect harmony. … read more

Review: Various Artists – Persuasive Experimentations Vol. 1 – Roach Clip Records Comp.

Review: Various Artists – Persuasive Experimentations Vol. 1 – Roach...
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Mick Harris’ Raptor D7 mix of Little Sap Dungeon’s “A Dinner Guest” was one such slimy track that really sucked me in, as was Durandal’s “Mothers Nightmare.” There’s definitely some freaky shit on this album, and I really appreciate that.  … read more

TR/ST – The Destroyer – 1

TR/ST – The Destroyer – 1
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TR/ST = Joy Division + Crystal Castles + Cut Copy … read more

Local Review: Matt Nida – Explorer

Local Review: Matt Nida – Explorer
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Immaculately produced and incredibly sharp, Matt Nida’s latest release, Explorer, pays homage to the cosmic gods with sounds and themes that reflect the deep, dark reaches of outer space. … read more

Review: Various Artists – Boats – Transgressive North Comp.

Review: Various Artists – Boats – Transgressive North Comp.
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The tracks themselves are all completely diverse and seemingly reflect a sense of community and love. With outstanding musicians such as Four Tet, Deerhoof, Jamie Stewart and Rustie, you can’t help but fall in love with the dynamic, symphonic vibrations of this project. … read more

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Review: Color War – It Could Only Be This Way

Review: Color War – It Could Only Be This Way
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The beats, crafted by band member Billy J, are clean and resounding, and Lindsay Mound’s layered and dreamy vocals nicely complement the album. But to me, nothing about the album screamed innovation, and it wasn’t all that memorable. … read more