Review: Monophonics – It’s Only Us

Review: Monophonics – It’s Only Us
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Every expertly delivered layer of Monophonic’s It’s Only Us feels like a revelation in contrast to today’s hyper-automated world. … read more

Review: U.S. Girls – Heavy Light

Review: U.S. Girls – Heavy Light
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Heavy Light’s off-the-cuff style calls for a more deliberate listening experience: It’s thoughtful, provocative and politically apropos. … read more

Spectral Siblings: An Interview with LEYA

Spectral Siblings: An Interview with LEYA
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With their second release Flood Dreams, the duo of LEYA have chiseled and honed their sound into a diamond of an avant-pop album. … read more

Local Review: Earthworm – Hiding Yourself From Everyone You Love

Local Review: Earthworm – Hiding Yourself From Everyone You Love
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For those who enjoy hip hop to kick back to, local artist Earthworm’s new EP, entitled Hiding Yourself From Everyone You Love, could be a perfect fit. … read more

Localized: Consumer Reducer

Localized: Consumer Reducer
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“Consumer Reducer is half-human, half-machine. It’s about making you comfortable before going to a place of dysphoria and negative psychedelia.” … read more

Localized: Passive Refraction

Localized: Passive Refraction
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The art created by Passive Refraction speaks to a central, guiding principle: “finding tranquility in places that aren’t considered tranquil.” … read more