LVL UP, Hoodwink'd
With Hoodwink’d, LVL UP build a cohesive album from three songwriters.
Mr Twin Sister, Mr Twin Sister
In the minds of Mr Twin Sister no landscape is ever complete or finished.
The Ukiah Drag, In The Reaper's Quarters
The proto punks embrace the harbinger of death from within the master’s bedroom.
Mumblr, Full Of Snakes
Misanthropy, degeneracy, and stark empathy for the coming of age experience.
Mazes, Wooden Aquarium
Mazes third album is light hearted, but not lacking in intellect.
PC Worship, Social Rust
Like the B-52s from Hell, Justin Frye delivers his best record under the moniker to date.
Death From Above 1979, The Physical World
With a decade between albums, DFA 1979 are shooting for the biggest of stages.
Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles Police Department
A bedroom record that’s charming and complex, but still merely a bedroom record.
Monster Treasure, Monster Treasure
A debut that polishes the local lore into a poppy garage tour de force.
Ty Segall, Manipulator
Ty Segall proves he can focus, but it comes at the cost of asking the same from us.
Merchandise, After The End
Merchandise might seem pop-ready on paper, but After The End sustains a deep tension.
Patricia, Side Piece EP
Spooky hardware sounds from the enigmatic producer.
Literature’s sophomore album does not parrot the debut nor classic English indiepop.
A payment plan in woozy guitar lines and chugging drums designed to excite your mellow.
G. Green, Area Codes
G. Green goes to college.