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Scribed by Evan Harms   American Football’s first album, American Football, has become the epitome of midwestern indie rock over the last 10 to 15 years. The widely-revered record combines layers of suspended guitar with jazz-tinted trumpet melodies against a backdrop of forlorn wistfulness and  post-adolescent emotivity.   After the band’s brief and relatively small […]

Danny Brown’s explicit style and unbreakable flow shine on his new LP Atrocity Exhibition. Scribed by: Tyler Thompson Album: Atrocity Exhibition Artist: Danny Brown Label: Warp Records Release Date: September 27, 2016 Rating:   A three year hiatus has passed since Danny Brown’s last project Old, an album I latched to and it was the […]

Scribed by: Miles Purdy Album: ‘A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings’ Artist: Beach Slang Record Label: Polyvinyl Record co. Release Date: September 23, 2016 Rating: Image courtesy of beachslang.bandcamp.com Last year, Beach Slang rose to out of the void on their first full-length album The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us on […]

Scribed by: Reid Smith Artist: Blink-182 Album: ‘California’ Record Label: BMG Release Date: July 1st 2016 Rating:     No, you didn’t fall into a time warp and end up in 2001; you’re just listening to Blink 182’s newest album. Pop Punk prophets, Blink-182 are back in the new release section with California, their first […]

Alternative rock icons the Violent Femmes return to music with a unique new album By: Brooke Forrest Album: We Can Do Anything Artist: Violent Femmes Label: [PIAS] Rating:      The Violent Femmes are back with their first album in over 15 years. We Can Do Anything is an unexpected combination of odd and deceptively simple […]

Artist: Domo Genesis Album: Genesis Scribed by: Tyler Thompson Domo Genesis, like many other former members of Odd Future, has seemingly found his lane. Genesis’ early years are highlighted by his solo mixtapes Rolling Paper’s (2010) and Under the Influence 1&2 (2011/2014). While the raw potential Genesis possesses is flexed in this work, it was […]

Artist: Wavves Album: V Label: Ghost Ramp Release Date: Oct 2nd, 2015 Rating:     From collaborating with Cloud Nothings, starting a pop trio called Sprit Club and calling out Kings of Leon on Twitter for ripping off a song title of his, Nathan Williams has kept himself busy since Wavves last release in 2013. […]


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