Albums

What Moon Things: What Moon Things

What Moon Things' eponymous album will be out June 3, and was influenced by '90s alt rock bands like The Pixies and Modest Mouse. Their sound occasionally verges on shoegaze and post-punk, and is relaxing t...

Sydbarret: We Can See Inside Your Windows

Sydbarret—no, not that Syd Barrett—released their sophomore disc, We Can See Inside Your Windows, late last month, following up their 2011 debut, The Swimmer. The group is a local act that hails from Centra...

Julia McKinnis: The Good Has Won

Julia McKinnis, a Texan singer-songwriter, has just released her 2014 debut, The Good Has Won. It features her delightfully peppy vocals and her ukulele playing. With the belief that if everyone listened to...

Trophy Scars: Holy Vacants

Throughout the years, Trophy Scars have established themselves by expanding their musical horizons. From their humble beginnings as a young and eccentric entity, early releases like Hospital Music For The A...

The Forty Nineteens: Spin It

The Forty Nineteens have been around for a while, but not necessarily as The Forty Nineteens. The band is made up of former members of acts like The Leonards and Mary's Danish, who performed throughout Los ...

The Montauk Project: Belly Of The Beast

Playing together since their formation in 2011, the Long Island-based group The Montauk Project finally unleashed their debut full-length, Belly Of The Beast. Highly praised as being an “all-original” rock ...

Glass Wands: Glass Wands

Brooks Tipton has finally stepped forward from contributing quietly behind the keys to bringing to life a refreshingly introspective project, Glass Wands. Throughout the last decade, Tipton has recorded and...
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