Local Review: TelePathiQ – Dark Room EP

Local Review: TelePathiQ – Dark Room EP
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In just three songs, TelePathiQ packs enough intensity for a full-length album. Booming drums are silhouetted by classical riffs of piano and paired with female vocals. … read more

Review: Rich Quick – Sad Songz

Review: Rich Quick – Sad Songz
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This white boy from New Jersey lays down upbeat, borderline hip-pop with groovy samples. Quick has charisma in his musicianship, offering an approachability that is at his advantage. … read more

Local Review: Sen Wisher – Glow
Review: El mató a un policía motorizado – La Dinastia Scorpio

Review: El mató a un policía motorizado – La Dinastia...
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If you don’t typically listen to music in Spanish, don’t fret—this music transcends language barriers. La Dinastía Scorpio is the first American release for these creative indie-rockers, who have toured festivals in the U.S. … read more

Review: Widowspeak – The Swamps EP

Review: Widowspeak – The Swamps EP
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It doesn’t seem to be a coincidence that The Swamps’ release date is just a few days before Halloween. Spiderwebbed banjo layered with Molly Hamilton’s blustery, beautiful vocals and crisp, distant guitar riffs make this a quintessential fall release.  … read more

Local Review: Umbels – Self-Titled

Local Review: Umbels – Self-Titled
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Umbels = Incubus’ “Aqueous Transmission” + Modest Mouse’s “Lounge” … read more

Review: Angel Olsen – My Woman
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Review: Wordsmith – The Blue Collar Recital

Review: Wordsmith – The Blue Collar Recital
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His flow is clean with simple drumbeats and keys, looped with soulful samples that bump the tracks to an almost gospel status. The “day in a life” approach makes The Blue Collar Recital personal and powerful without being over the top. … read more

Review: Widowspeak – All Yours