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RATKING , So It Goes

RATKING's debut conforms to rap expectations, rather than pushing boundaries.
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Pure X , Angel

Pure X's third LP is a conceptual exploration of opening up one's heart.
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Cloud Nothings , Here and Nowhere Else

Time may fix Cloud Nothings' fourth LP, but for now it's too polished.
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The Coathangers , Suck My Shirt

The Coathangers trade in their shock for tight, talented writing that plays it too safe.
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Mac DeMarco , Salad Days

Mac DeMarco's third solo album finds a young man struggling with age and the spotlight.
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Unwound , Rat Conspiracy

With no perceivable plans on cashing in heavily, Unwound present an honest boxset.
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Axxa/Abraxas , Axxa/Abraxas

A debut of of old scribbles brought to greater life with the help of Woods.
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The Range , Panasonic EP

A stepping stone EP that features James Hinton expanding his format.
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Future Islands , Singles

Future Islands capture the meaning of singles in more than one way.
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The Men , Tomorrow's Hits

The Men graduate from their Crazy Horse phase into their inevitable dad-rock era.
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Perfect Pussy , Say Yes To Love

Perfect Pussy gets their feeling back.
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The War On Drugs , Lost In The Dream

With Slave Ambient 29 months old, how does a band free itself from its best record?
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Frankie Cosmos , Zentropy

With a talent for longing and playfulness, Frankie Cosmos's studio debut stuns.
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Angel Olsen , Burn Your Fire For No Witness

Angel Olsen's front-stage debut reveals her faltering when she should shine.
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Tacocat , NVM

Tacocat proves that they can wrangle with the big issues in a colorful way.
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Natural Child , Dancin' With Wolves

Nashville's Natural Child shows us how to make a Southern rock record.