Grab Bag | October 14th, 2021

Music for the club and the pub, internal and rowdy. A beloved Indie Rock band, Sonic fanfic darlings, and classic Garage Rock doused in reverb ran the gamut of this month's Grab Bag.
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Reviews | October 12th, 2021

This is the sound of bodies clashing, bodies chasing, bodies being created. Deep into the night and into the early morning, Yokota captures movement brilliantly.
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Reviews | October 12th, 2021

After an unstable career, Blu has finally found some traction. This, by reflecting on his past, and being hopeful of the future, through the spirit of those who came before.
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LL Past | October 8th, 2021

More releases from the vault of Chad VanGaalen, Steely Dan, and others, as we begin one of the more interesting discographies known to Rock music; Ween.
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LL Present | October 8th, 2021

Excellent releases from DJ Seinfeld, Deafheaven, and Daniel Avery, while a flurry of notable records come in the form of Injury Reserve, Sleigh Bells, and Boldy James.
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Reviews | October 6th, 2021

It's pure Shoegaze, a righteous onslaught of black hole Noise. The catch? Ethereal voices lost in the wake, grasping to the last semblance of humanity, before being sucked away.
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Reviews | October 6th, 2021

Their position as Slowcore pioneers makes this Post-Industrial dirge even that much more fascinating. Aged and weakening, the grips of Low's surroundings further tighten.
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Deep Cuts | September 24th, 2021

Great works from a myriad of genres, including Hip-Hop, House, Post-Industrial, and Neoclassical Darkwave. What more could one ask for in a Deep Cuts?
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Reviews | September 22nd, 2021

Risen in the wake of Fishmans, Polaris' debut entertains the calm respite that characterized the band's most revered works. The result? A solid and endearing trip to get lost in.
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Reviews | September 22nd, 2021

With exquisite orchestral flourish surrounding her, Little Simz dives deep into her character, her background, and her culture. Every box for Hip-Hop sanctity has been checked.
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Curate This | September 17th, 2021

Color, vibrancy, and life itself wanes. A chill breeze scoops up pockets of dirty, disintegrated leaves. There's romance in the air, but the feelings are muffled, opaque, and fading.
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Reviews | September 15th, 2021

Featuring a wry personality, charming wit, and entertaining disposition, it's no wonder Warren Zevon struck gold with 'Werewolves In London.' However, there's so much more.
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Reviews | September 15th, 2021

Never does a Kanye album release without controversy. And while his latest is rooted in such dramatics, the contents within strive for accessibility while spanning eras.
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Grab Bag | September 11th, 2021

As expected with Grab Bag, an eclectic mix of music, both underground and mainstream. Nordic Synth, one-off Punk Rockers, mix with Devo and Chet Baker.
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Reviews | September 8th, 2021

Beaming with sentimentality, Fennec's breakthrough engulfs listeners in the endless party. One filled with chatter, hope, and the quest for love in a crowded club.
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Reviews | September 8th, 2021

Sensual with a futuristic kick. Her grooves are inconsistent, on edge and unorthodox. The result? An emotional palate that's both complex and made of pure, unconstrained liquid.
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LL Past | September 3rd, 2021

An imperative Soul classic, outlandish Japanese Progressive Pop journey, space-faring Ambient Techno, and the final foray into Legendary Pink Dots compiles this month.
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LL Present | September 3rd, 2021

Eclectic doesn't begin to describe this month, as demented 50's Tape Music competes with magnetized pastoral Progressive Pop, spiraling Art Rock, and Sound Collage-tinged Neo-Soul.
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Reviews | September 1st, 2021

Reluctant kids holed up in their parents basement for the summer, defining the legitimacy of primitive, DIY Twee Pop. A time capsule for an era of carefree adolescence.
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Reviews | September 1st, 2021

It's a rarity to escape the clutches of being typecast, something Lingua Ignota was quickly becoming. Her religious endeavor exposes a softer side, leveraged by the scorn of reality.
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Deep Cuts | August 27th, 2021

Art Rock that's outlandish and serious, Industrial that's demented and morose, Hip-Hop's that's reflective and regretful, and rejuvenated Post-Punk that takes the cake.
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