Reviews

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King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, I'm In Your Mind Fuzz

The Australian band is the wild card, and folks, the breaks have been cut.

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Diarrhea Planet, Aliens In The Outfield

Like many EPs, Aliens In The Outfield is a crux between the past and a bright, bright future.

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Girlpool, Girlpool

Unvarnished vitality and no drummer keep Girlpool’s EP unhinged.

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Cult Of Youth, Final Days

How are you preparing?

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Mitski, Bury Me at Makeout Creek

Mitski’s third album bravely navigates the turbulence of stability, contentment, and disaster.

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Clark, Clark

Hypnotic, nightmare-meets-nighttime Euro-club from Clark’s seventh release.

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Happy Diving, Big World

Narrating the micro- and macro- of human experience through power pop anthems.

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Spencer Radcliffe & R.L. Kelly, Brown Horse

A split that earnestly drags us through memory in order to pull us out.

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Run The Jewels, RTJ2

For the second go around the rap aptitude is a given, but RTJ2 plays into the typecast.

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Palberta, My Pal Berta

Palberta’s mischievous first album will haunt your Halloween.

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Grouper, Ruins

Achingly beautiful, Ruins is a tug-of-war with intimacy and the outside world.

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Roomrunner, Separate EP

A loud and wondrous departure from the already impressive catalog.

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Foxes In Fiction, Ontario Gothic

Not a single note of dissonance, only the soothing of the troubled soul.

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Diamond District, March On Washington

Framing Diamond Districts message beyond local politics would be a mistake not worth making.

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Pharmakon, Bestial Burden

Margaret Chardiet’s second album as Pharmakon explores the disease within.