Reviews

Walking Shapes: Taka Come On

Taking flight with the explosive and innovative delivery of their debut full-length, Taka Come On, Walking Shapes offer a transcending approach to songwriting that provides listeners with an out-of-this-wor...

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...

Goodnight, Texas: Uncle John Farquhar

Goodnight, Texas is the transcontinental project of Patrick Dyer Wolf and Avi Vinocur, two travelers who, according to the band’s Facebook page, took to “learning each other's melodies” upon meeting each ot...

Say Anything @ Starland Ballroom

SAYREVILLE, NJ—10 years after the release of the cult favorite ...Is A Real Boy, Say Anything are captivating listeners and creating relevant and engaging music. The group premiered their latest LP, Hebrews...

Bombadil: Tarpits And Canyonlands

The re-release of Bombadil’s first full-length album, Tarpits And Canyonlands, is a variety of indie folk rock tracks, with both worldly and minimal instrumentation that delve into a variety of relatable is...

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...
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