Reviews

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LVL UP, Hoodwink'd

With Hoodwink’d, LVL UP build a cohesive album from three songwriters.

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Mr Twin Sister, Mr Twin Sister

In the minds of Mr Twin Sister no landscape is ever complete or finished.

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The Ukiah Drag, In The Reaper's Quarters

The proto punks embrace the harbinger of death from within the master’s bedroom.

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Mumblr, Full Of Snakes

Misanthropy, degeneracy, and stark empathy for the coming of age experience.

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Mazes, Wooden Aquarium

Mazes third album is light hearted, but not lacking in intellect.

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PC Worship, Social Rust

Like the B-52s from Hell, Justin Frye delivers his best record under the moniker to date.

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Death From Above 1979, The Physical World

With a decade between albums, DFA 1979 are shooting for the biggest of stages.

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Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles Police Department

A bedroom record that’s charming and complex, but still merely a bedroom record.

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Monster Treasure, Monster Treasure

A debut that polishes the local lore into a poppy garage tour de force.

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Ty Segall, Manipulator

Ty Segall proves he can focus, but it comes at the cost of asking the same from us.

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Merchandise, After The End

Merchandise might seem pop-ready on paper, but After The End sustains a deep tension.

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Patricia, Side Piece EP

Spooky hardware sounds from the enigmatic producer.

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Literature, Chorus

Literature’s sophomore album does not parrot the debut nor classic English indiepop.

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Baked, Debt

A payment plan in woozy guitar lines and chugging drums designed to excite your mellow.

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G. Green, Area Codes

G. Green goes to college.