Albums

Grant Evans: Lacerations

It has been said that good art is supposed to disturb its audience; in other words, it is supposed to expand your comfort zone and introduce you to new ideas and concepts. So when you have music that is com...

The Pharmacy: Spells

Seattle-based trio The Pharmacy have made a long road trip across the U.S. and Britain to pick up musical influences from several different decades, blending them together and dousing them in noise rock to ...

Cancers: Fatten The Leeches

Behind a wall of heavily distorted guitar riffs and melodies, Cancers’ debut album, Fatten The Leeches, is a throwback to the grunge, punk and pop sounds of the 1990s. Their influence is apparent, channelin...

Mad Caddies: Dirty Rice

For their first album in seven years, Mad Caddies present a mish-mash of their many influences on Dirty Rice, ultimately leaving old listeners satisfied with their return, but yearning for more signature tr...

Dead Stars: Slumber

Unassuming and soaked in fuzzed-out guitar, Slumber is the debut for this Brooklynite trio. The formula is simple: Sonic Youth meets a ‘90s garage high school band. What that translates into makes for an ov...

Orenda Fink: Blue Dream

Spirituality is one of the oldest themes in musical history. Makes sense for something so vast and endless to provide plenty of inspirations to choose from. Orenda Fink seems to have an endless muse from th...

Glass Towers: Halycon Days

The debut LP for this group of Sydneysiders, Halcyon Days is an interesting combination of indie rock and post-punk whose primary strengths are balance and moderation. Composition on this record is nothing ...
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