Albums

The Orange Peels: Sun Moon

Not that I've been there, but Sunnyvale, California sounds like the premiere habitat for a rock band such as The Orange Peels, whose fifth disc, Sun Moon, overflows with bright, healing alt pop salvos that ...

Ólafur Arnalds: For Now I Am Winter

On For Now I Am Winter, Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds integrates his signature feathery neoclassical sensibilities with an electronic influence. This meeting of the worlds is in and of itself an intrigu...

Eksi Ekso: Archfiend

Eksi Ekso are a three-piece band from Boston, MA. Their upcoming album, Archfiend, paints a picture about H.H. Holmes’ life and death as one of the first documented serial killers in American history. It be...

Eluvium: Nightmare Ending

A longtime staple of Temporary Residence, it's not hard to imagine the slow-burning music of Eluvium getting less attention than the label's bravado-heavy rock outfits like Envy, Mono, or Explosions In The ...

TheNowhereNauts: Warned You

The NowhereNauts are a New York-based band composed of Sofie Kapur (lead vocals), Hunter Lombard (guitar, vocals), Anders Kapur (bass, vocals), and Tony Franco (drums, vocals). After their self-titled debut...

Meat Puppets: Rat Farm

Immediately recognized for their unique fusion of punk, country, folk, rock, and whatever other style you want to throw in the mix, the Meat Puppets’ latest album—due out April 16 through Megaforce—is no fa...

Boxed Wine: Cheap, Fun

Boxed Wine, a five-piece indie pop band from New Jersey, recently released a three-track EP featuring songs that will be on their new album. The infectious EP leaves one on the edge of their seat for the up...

The Grenadines: The Grenadines

Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama, The Grenadines are fronted by husband/wife team Michael and Lauren Shackelford. Working with Jim Eno of Spoon and other producers in the music business like Andy LeMaster (...
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