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: Picastro – You

Review: Picastro – You
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This album embodies everything I love about experimental music. You communicates what I like to call “black folk.” … read more

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

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Review: Memoryy – Electric City

Review: Memoryy – Electric City
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I have been thrilled recently to hear heavy ’80s influences in upcoming pop and electronica music. Electric City exhibits warped, oceanic synth hooks and contagiously danceable beats. … read more

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Review: Lydia Lunch & Cypress Grove – A Fistful of Desert Blues

Review: Lydia Lunch & Cypress Grove – A Fistful of...
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Like a mysterious mirage amid sand dunes, “Sandpit” begins the album with Spanish-influenced blues and existential wonderings. In her classic style, Lunch moans like a witch with a voice made out of sex. … read more

Review: Legs – Pass the Ringo

Review: Legs – Pass the Ringo
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Pass the Ringo sounds like vintage British Invasion rock put through a broken tape deck in a car with all the speakers blown. Using lo-fi techniques can add grunge and soul elements to an album, but Legs create a fuzzy washout of their music, making any distinct instruments difficult to pick out. … read more