Reviews

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Institute, Salt EP

Institute open the experimental flood gates to wash away the constraints of post-punk.

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Foxygen, ... And Star Power

Foxygen prove to be the trainwreck they’ve desired most and it still make it easy to look away.

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Caribou, Our Love

Dan Snaith’s latest is consistent with its surprise turns, possibly more bold than ever before.

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milo, a toothpaste suburb

A debut burdened with the task of inviting us in, but asking us to respect the carpet.

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Glass Ghost, LYFE

Krimsky’s latest can’t be cast aside as the Brooklyn of now, but it’s also not breaking molds.

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Purling Hiss, Weirdon

The evolution of Polizze’s former noise project continues to veer towards understood.

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Busdriver, Perfect Hair

Finding clarity nestled between two epochs.

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Dntel, Human Voices

A strange, half-human take on aural communication.

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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.