Review: Wonky Tonk – Stuff We Leave Behind
Review: Marriages – Salome
Review: The Hidden Cameras – AGE

Review: The Hidden Cameras – AGE
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My personal favorite part of this venture is the incorporation of string instruments (both the violin and cello) into a synth-heavy sound. This provides an organic sound to complement, as well as contradict, the robotics of the spacey noises. … read more

Review: Poor Remy – Bitters

Review: Poor Remy – Bitters
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Folk transforms into alt-country at the end of “Cave Eyes,” concluding the album pleasantly. Try this one out for a hiking trip or a day in nature. … read more

Review: The World/Inferno Friendship Society – This Packed Funeral

Review: The World/Inferno Friendship Society – This Packed Funeral
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The World/Inferno Friendship Society = Hectic Hobo + Diego’s Umbrella   … 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

Review: King Woman – Doubt
Review: Lonesome Leash

Review: Lonesome Leash
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The first time I attempted to listen to I Am No Captain, I got 30 seconds into the first song before pausing in a frenzy and stowing it away for two weeks.  … read more

Review: Underground Railroad to Candyland – The People Are Home
Review: Nadine Shah – Fast Food

Review: Nadine Shah – Fast Food
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Nadine Shah = Our Broken Garden + Siouxie and the Banshees … read more