LL Past | November 18th, 2020

After months of patient prodding we've finally completed The Beatles' discography, along with Richard Dawson's ambitious foray into Art Rock and Hum's aggressive calmness.
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LL Present | November 18th, 2020

Pet Shimmers capitalize on their newborn passion with an LP that competes with their Neo-Psychedelia debut, as WHΛLTHISИEY immerses listeners in an exotic world.
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LL Past | November 11th, 2020

As we continue to experience the lauded discographies of Car Seat Headrest and New Order, a newcomer in Crying surprises us all with a consummate combination of purist Pop.
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LL Present | November 11th, 2020

Sufjan Stevens' long-awaited return to his ambitious Progressive Pop, Anna von Hausswolff's first foray into Minimalism, and IDLES' controversial third LP are this week's reviews.
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LL Past | November 4th, 2020

An under-appreciated gem from Mount Eerie, Ulrich Schnauss' rich debut in Downtempo, and Sand Circles' atmospheric entrance into Detroit herald this week's reviews.
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LL Present | November 4th, 2020

Decades into his career, Carl Stone releases his magnum opus. Fleet Foxes rest on their laurels in a field of serenity, as Oh Sees scorch through pandemonium with reckless abandon.
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LL Past | October 27th, 2020

Just two releases this week, both idiosyncratic. James Martin & The Guest connect for bizarrely-combative Experimental Rock, as Laurel Halo descends into Ambient Pop.
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LL Present | October 27th, 2020

Armand Hammer muck up New York City streets, Sault continue to fight for the oppressed, and A.G. Cook disappoints with a debut inferior to a content dump.
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LL Past | October 21st, 2020

Coin Locker Kid raps curiously in an alternate reality, devoid of past, present, or future, as Rainer Veil release their long-awaited debut LP through lukewarm UK Bass.
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LL Present | October 21st, 2020

The Strokes reinvent themselves...kinda, Boldy James releases an impressive Gangsta Rap record with the assistance of an underdog, and Flaming Lips descend into euphoria.
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LL Past | October 14th, 2020

Richard Dawson redeems himself in a magnificent way, trekking through the mire of medieval Europe, as Ashrae Fax's sole LP turns into a cult classic under strange circumstances.
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LL Present | October 14th, 2020

After two-odd decades Phil Elverum returns to his Microphones moniker, in a curious way, as Son Lux drops part one of a momentous trilogy.
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LL Past | October 8th, 2020

Two sensational albums this week, including yet another home run collection of Psychedelic Pop songs from of Montreal and Car Seat Headrest's underrated Noise Pop epic.
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LL Present | October 8th, 2020

Panchiko releases their first collection of cutting room floor material after their sudden appearance, as Kelly Lee Owens attempts to follow-up her magnificent debut.
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LL Past | September 29th, 2020

Terry Allen goes on a long, ambitious tour of Lubbock Texas and its dazzling array of outlaw characters, while Mount Eerie descends further into the unknown.
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LL Present | September 29th, 2020

An ambitious collection of deep cut material from A.G. Cook, along with more of Bedbug's DIY Bedroom Pop and Protomartyr's most demanding release to date.
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LL Past | September 23rd, 2020

Before they reestablished themselves, Squid were a Post-Rock band stuck in the mire. That, and New Order's famous compilation compose this week.
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LL Present | September 23rd, 2020

This week, Lianne La Havas bares her soul with sun rays beaming down, as Animal Collective release their most inspiring collection in a decade.
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LL Past | September 16th, 2020

Car Seat Headrest veers close to Noise Pop perfection, along with a safe Future Garage record by Rainer Veil and Minecraft's disappointing Ambient soundtrack.
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LL Present | September 16th, 2020

Fontaines D.C.'s quick to follow sophomore release, dj poolboi's understated Downtempo trek down our memories, and Phoebe Bridgers' breakout are this week's albums.
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