Albums

Epique: Relapse Love

If you were looking for that brand new sound full of familiarity, as well as originality to hit the club and party to, look no further. The new single from Epique, Relapse Love, is every bit as fun and smoo...

NOFX: Stoke Extinguisher

One of the most successful independent groups of all time, NOFX is an American punk rock band formed in San Francisco in 1983. After 12 studio albums, with the most recent being 2012's Self Entitled, they a...

Slothrust: Of Course You Do

Summarizing their strange sound as blues-influenced grunge, Brooklyn-based trio Slothrust bring to the table their forthcoming album, Of Course You Do. With a few full-lengths under their belt, the band def...

Matt Boroff: Sweet Hand Of Fate

Sweet Hand Of Fate, the second solo album by noise rocker Matt Boroff, is reminiscent of '90s bands like Nirvana. This is to be expected, as he toured with them as well as with other established acts like Q...

Highasakite: Silent Treatment

After a nomination for a Norwegian Grammy for “Best Newcomer,” performances at SXSW, European tours, praise for their debut EP, In And Out Of Weeks (2013), and a huge shout-out from indie folk group Bon Ive...

Mode Moderne: Occult Delight

As a follow-up to their 2012 full-length, Strange Bruises, the Vancouver new wave quartet Mode Moderne return with their forthcoming release, Occult Delight. Comparable to iconic post-punk acts like The ...

Unearth Noise: Sacred Excavations

Roger Berkowitz, also known as Unearth Noise, has been known to create almost entirely instrumental songs about nature and the distant parts of the universe. Everything on the album was written and performe...

Illustrations: In Vain

When San Antonio-based hardcore band Illustrations released their debut record, In Vain, digitally last year, they planned to keep it a Bandcamp exclusive. However, soon the album gained a vast amount of at...

Nina Persson: Animal Heart

Animal Heart is the first solo LP by Nina Persson, best known as lead vocalist and lyricist for Swedish indie pop band The Cardigans. The album opens with “Animal Heart,” a track that has a sort of ‘80s ...
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