Albums

6:33: Deadly Sins

"Strange" is usually seen as an insulting word; if you wanted to call someone "strange" without offending them, you’d address them as "eccentric." This isn’t the case for the French avant-garde artists in 6...

A Swarm Of The Sun: The Rifts

Swedish duo A Swarm Of The Sun have constructed their hauntingly melodic third album, The Rifts. Members Erik Nilsson and Jakob Berglund have proven themselves capable of creating dark and contrasting tunes...

Murder By Death: Big Dark Love

Murder By Death have been called many things, including indie, alt-country, and folk, however, the band’s seventh album, Big Dark Love, just proves more and more that this band is unclassifiable. They can e...

D’Angelo: Black Messiah

“Dude, don’t go around telling everybody, but that’s where D’Angelo lives…” The house, set back from a quiet street in a nondescript micro-neighborhood in the newly developed forestland southwest of Rich...

Ariel Pink: Pom Pom

Ariel Pink has always been a relatively large cult figure in music, but it seems like his presence—and not necessarily a positive one—has been especially visible as of late. The recent onstage breakdowns, m...

Mappa Mundi: At Sea

Mappa Mundi is a chamber pop band from Brooklyn and its five members hail from various backgrounds, including punk, jazz, Americana, and classical chamber music; while many groups are composed of musicians ...

A Skylit Drive: Rise Ascension

California rock band A Skylit Drive have recently released their latest album, Rise: Ascension. The group previously released four successful records and decided to make the fifth entirely acoustic. Rise: A...

Howardian: Land Of The Low Tides

Ian Vanek has dedicated much of his creative efforts into being one half of Japanther over the years. The duo, which also features Matt Reilly, have been together since 2001 when they met at art school, and...
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