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17 February 2018

Baths- Romaplasm

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Romaplasm is an album I’ve been waiting for for a long time. I don’t mean just as a followup to his landmark masterpiece, Obsidian (also my AOTY in 2013), but …

28 January 2018

Corbin- Mourn

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Corbin (formerly Spooky Black/Lil Spook) was my big surprise hit of 2017. His past material was enjoyable despite the laughable lyrics and aesthetic, but his low-pulse sadboi trap&B style wasn’t …

06 December 2017

The Two Hadestowns

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Listening to Anaïs Mitchell’s gorgeous Hadestown recordings is the perfect way to spend a dark cold winter’s night. As of 2017, there are two recordings of Hadestown, a folk musical take …

20 November 2017

The New New Space Wizards Demo

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New York City-based David Jacobson and The New Space Wizards have released a new demo, a follow up to their 2016 EP Psychedelica Revisited. The new demo was recorded with …

16 November 2017

The New Converge Album Sucks (but take my opinion with a spoonful of salt)

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Rather than spend time writing a review of the new Converge album…

19 September 2017

Simcoe- Roads to Rivers

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Roads to Rivers is the second release from indie pop-rockers Simcoe. The new EP sees the band continuing down the road of moody and melodic songwriting that they began on their …

22 July 2017

My Top 10 of 2017 So Far

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We’re just past the halfway point of the year, and I wanted to share which releases I feel are frontrunners for my year end list. As well, this way people …

19 December 2016

King Ajibade – Passport

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Nigerian-born King Ajibade describes his music as “world fusion” – a danceable style with a savor that’s definitely tropical, incorporating elements of Caribbean, Latin and African musical genres with classic …

30 November 2016

Bassett – Ghost Hwy

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Bassett is a duo made up of multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter Josh Bassett, and bassist Tak Ozaki. Josh brings along a background in orchestral percussion and jazz guitar along with …

04 October 2016

Almanac Mountain – Cryptoseismology

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From the New Hampshire Seacoast, the smallest coastline in the US, comes Almanac Mountain, the brainchild of Chris Cote, a classically trained composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist. Cryptoseismology – which means …

30 September 2016

Katie Burden – Strange Moon

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Strange Moon is the second CD for Los Angeles based indie artist Katie Burden and it’s been getting a fair amount of buzz since its release on September 15, and …

22 August 2016

DownTown Mystic: Rock ‘N’ Roll Romantic

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DownTown Mystic is the alter ego of songwriter Robert Allen, a New Jersey native with a penchant for rock in the classic –aka Americana/roots rock – vein. Rock ‘N’ Roll …

29 June 2016

David Jacobson & the Space Wizards: Psychedelica Revisited

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David Jacobson and the Space Wizards are based out of Brooklyn, New York…

26 May 2016

Mitski: Puberty 2

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Indie darling Mitski – 25-year old Mitski Miyawaki – is riding a wave of momentum leading up to the release of her next album, Puberty 2, due out June 17 …

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