Review: Worthy – Disbehave

Review: Worthy – Disbehave
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As someone who has more recently jumped from the EDM bandwagon to the world of deep house, this album was instantly added to my growing playlist of funky jamz for any occasion. … read more

Review: Workman Song – Lamb EP

Review: Workman Song – Lamb EP
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Workman Song is the cooler version of Alex Ebert from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes. Workman Song establish a cool, distant electric sound—one that leaves you wondering if you’re tapping your foot to the folk-beat or the hypnotizing echo of Sean McMahon’s voice. … read more

Review: Wovenhand – Refractory Obdurate

Review: Wovenhand – Refractory Obdurate
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American gothic David Eugene Edwards plied the indie folk rock of his group 16 Horsepower like a rough-hewn locomotive in a world of diesel-powered grungemobiles. … read more

Review: Yesway – Self-Titled

Review: Yesway – Self-Titled
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With an intimate, cozy and airy feel, Yesway ends up feeling a journey through the clouds among angels playing harps and harmonizing among saints. … read more

 
 
Review: What Moon Things – Self-Titled

Review: What Moon Things – Self-Titled
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With a sound perfect for supporting Saves The Day, What Moon Things may have come a little late for me. It’s not that they can’t pull the emo thing off—the songs get stuck in my head with a wave of melancholy like dark, Northwestern cloud cover. … read more

Review: White Fence – For the Recently Found Innocent

Review: White Fence – For the Recently Found Innocent
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Tim Presley of White Fence is the stoned outlaw of psychedelic folk music. This is his sixth LP, which was recorded in a studio with help from fellow prolific rocker Ty Segall. It’s the first time Presley has completed a solo album outside of his bedroom. … read more

Review: White Reaper – Self-Titled

Review: White Reaper – Self-Titled
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If 2010s punk has a cohesive sound, I’d say White Reaper sums it up. In this six-song, 16-minute debut EP, the Louisville, Ky., trio plays poppy garage rock like the best of their forbearers, but with more punk muscle. … read more

Review: Trap Them – Blissfucker

Review: Trap Them – Blissfucker
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School is in session, and Trap Them are teaching a graduate level course on how to make a blackened-crust hardcore record in 2014. Let me illustrate: first, that ride cymbal in the opening of “Habitland.” … read more

Review: Thee Oh Sees – Drop

Review: Thee Oh Sees – Drop
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Thee Oh Sees Drop Castle Face Street: 04.24 Thee Oh Sees = (King Tuff x Ty Segall) + The Association Here’s to the Thee Oh Sees: one of the most

Review: The Ghost Wolves – Man, Woman, Beast

Review: The Ghost Wolves – Man, Woman, Beast
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The Ghost Wolves Man, Woman, Beast Plowboy Records Street: 05.27 The Ghost Wolves = Highasakite + Blood Orange + The White Stripes Punk infused blues/rock has never sounded sexier than