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Sunday, June 13, 2021

Best Coast “Fade Away” Review

Los Angeles-based indie rock duo Best Coast is back again with “Fade Away,” the follow-up mini-album to their sophomore record, “The Only Place” (2012). Heavily influenced by Fleetwood Mac’s sentimental tracks about love, “The...

Swans’ new album ‘leaving meaning.’ is far from a swansong

From a contemporary standpoint, Swans is a band that’s sure to push the envelope, as they never confine themselves to a genre and always shift their sound. Their music is punishing at times, forgiving...

“Without Warning” is haunting in the best possible way

In an unprecedented short amount of time, Metro Boomin has gone from unknown Morehouse College dropout to hip-hop’s most sought-after producer. This year alone, he produced one of the year’s biggest rap songs with...

Frank Turner “Tape Deck Heart” Review

Frank Turner is easily one of the most emotionally expressive songwriters in music right now. On Turner’s fifth solo album, “Tape Deck Heart,” his first since 2011’s “England Keep My Bones,” Turner pours out...

“Multi-Love” shows lots of love for UMO fans

Neo-psychedelia has been making waves in the indie music scene for the past couple years, with bands like Tame Impala bringing back that classic Beatles sound as well as Animal Collective incorporating psychedelic elements...

Weezer promises ‘Everything Will Be Alright in the End,” mostly delivers

Let’s start off with this: I never thought Weezer got as gut-wrenchingly terrible as many critics and fans did. Extremely inconsistent? Yes. Most of their albums in the past 10 years have had a...

“BALLADS 1”, coming to an elevator near you!

George Miller, also known as, Joji, Pink Guy and most notably, Filthy Frank, is a former YouTube star who initially gained his popularity from his own ridiculous antics uploaded on the platform. Now as...

Slowthai gives fans a deep dive into his psyche in his latest double disc...

UK songwriter and rapper Slowthai is back with his latest full length LP “TYRON.” This is the second full-length commercial album from the Northampton native, which arrives just a few years after his breakout...

Danny Brown puts his all on display with “Atrocity Exhibition”

Detroit-based rapper Danny Brown is one of the most unique voices in contemporary hip-hop and his latest project, “Atrocity Exhibition,” is one of the most brilliant, thought-provoking albums of the year. The eclectic artist’s main...

The eccentric beauty of “St. Vincent”

“I think I’ve always tried to live at the intersection between accessibility and lunatic-fringe,” says Annie Clark, otherwise known as St. Vincent, on a recent interview on the Colbert Report. On her fourth album,...