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Wray: Shoegaze For The Dance Floor

Wray play a distinctively energetic and fuzzy vein of what they like to call “powergaze.” With a thumping and powerful outer shell with a softer center styled after Jesus And The Mary Chain and The Cure, they p...

Elephant Stone: The Three Poisons

Neo-psychedelia is a dangerous genre to tinker with nowadays, with the risk of sounding predictable or even banal always posed by decades of attempts to revamp a genre that was short-lived to begin with. Co...

Somos: Temple Of Plenty

Listening to this record, the words "pop punk" emerge blatantly throughout, yet they never manage to capture more than half of this band’s sound. At its core, the album is exactly that— short, punchy altern...

Midnight High: Midnight High

Take a load of white laundry and mix it with rock, reggae, metal and hip-hop. Aside from sinfully disregarding everything your disappointed mother taught you, you’ll end up with the colorful mix proposed by...

Vinyl Thief: Fathoms

Converting an old church sanctuary into a practice room, members of Nashville-based Vinyl Thief began making music in 2012, adopting electronic rock as their outlet of choice. After putting out an EP last M...