Review: Wonky Tonk – Stuff We Leave Behind
Review: Wolf People – Fain

Review: Wolf People – Fain
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Before you press play, grab your ganj (if that’s what you’re into). Heavy, psychedelia-infused blues are contrasted perfectly with warbling vocals, creating an alternate reality of dangerous, body-molding maestros. … read more

Review: Yard of Blondes – Murderology

Review: Yard of Blondes – Murderology
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“This is a love song from my heart to the grave,” is a quote from “Murderology” (the first track) that estimates the theme of this album in one assertion—Yard of Blondes are infatuated with death.  … read more

Reviews: Ezra Furman – Day of the Dog

Reviews: Ezra Furman – Day of the Dog
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Old school pop and current folk with splashes of gritty vintage pop-punk make Ezra Furman’s newest solo release a nonpareil flashback/contemporary mash up. … read more

Reviews: Get Dead – Bad News

Reviews: Get Dead – Bad News
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Intense, growling vocals swoon wonderfully over heavy acoustic rhythm instrumentation and an electric lead guitar. … read more

Review: Underground Railroad to Candyland – The People Are Home
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Review: The White Mandingos – The Ghetto is Tryna Kill Me

Review: The White Mandingos – The Ghetto is Tryna Kill...
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Creativity and storytelling are the focal points in this experimental album. … read more

Review: Tom Brosseau – Grass Punks

Review: Tom Brosseau – Grass Punks
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North Dakota prodigy, Tom Brosseau, is soaring into the New Year with his newest album, Grass Punks. Compared to prior albums like What I Mean To Say Is Goodbye and Posthumous Success, Grass Punks falls on the simpler side of things. … read more

Review: The Sounds – Weekend

Review: The Sounds – Weekend
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The Sounds have released another album similar to their two most previous creations both in style and content. Indie folk influences with their typical electro-pop base won’t throw off or impress faithful fans. This album is about what you’d expect.  … read more