album reviews

Album Review: Spector // Non-Fiction

Straight out of the gate, not a single song played, and Spector’s...

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Album Review: Peach Pit // You And Your Friends

Vancouver natives Peach Pit bring surf-rock indie pop sounds to their sophomore...

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Album Review: Lauv // ~how i’m feeling~

California-born singer-songwriter Lauv – aka Ari Leff – has always set expectations...

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Album Review: Porridge Radio // Every Bad

Porridge Radio have reached a stage where they are impossible to ignore....

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Album Review: Circa Waves // Sad Happy

Festival mainstays of recent years, Circa Waves, arrive at their fourth EP...

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Album Review: Collector // Disq

Barely out of their teens, indie bedroom-rock slackers Disq have released their...

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EP Review: La Nuova Vita // Christine and The Queens

Following the unexpected release of single ‘People, I’ve Been Sad’ earlier this...

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Album Review: color theory // Soccer Mommy

Soccer Mommy, aka Sophie Allison’s latest album color theory is a complex...

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Album Review: Dreamland // COIN

COIN’s third album, Dreamland, is their most vulnerable release to date, giving...

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Album Review: Boniface // Boniface

How could we not be excited by the release of Boniface’s debut? As a...

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Album Review: The Slow Rush // Tame Impala

Throughout the ten years and four records of Kevin Parker’s career as...

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Album Review: La Roux // Supervision

Six years of waiting is long enough. It builds up the excitement...

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Album Review: Sløtface // Sorry For The Late Reply

Sløtface are a band defined by their ability to combine melody with...

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EP Review: Bad Sounds // Escaping From A Violent Time

It’s the 80’s again! Time for funky synthpop, vaporwave with slightly more...

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Album Review: of Montreal // UR FUN

My relationship with of Montreal goes way back. The typical relationship between...

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Album Review: Bombay Bicycle Club // Everything Else Has Gone Wrong

For five years, Bombay Bicycle Club were the face of the indie...

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