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Tusks – Dissolve

A couple of years ago, Emily Underhill began her melodic journey under the moniker Tusks. She made her entry with …

Phoria – Volition

I remember seeing Phoria at a Soundscreen gig in Brighton where their ethereal soundscapes combined with lucid visuals to deliver …

Beagles – Beagles

Sometimes, you come across an album so understated and muted you miss it. Like a shooting star, it may shine …

THROWS – THROWS

They say love is better the second time around. But does it apply to the musical bond of two old …

Telegram – Operator

There was a time when loud, brackish bands seemed to be pouring out of a wormhole and probably breaking the …

Nai Harvest – Hairball

When the raw intensity seeped out of Whatever two years ago, heads banged and fists were thrown in the air …

Kishi Bashi – Lighght

To many, the sound of a violin is unparalleled – apart from by its various siblings. Anything that requires a …

Michael A Grammar

  One of the annoying things about EPs is that you rarely get to see their tracks feature on albums. …

Patterns – This Haze

That hyperbolic old cliché “eagerly anticipated” doesn’t seem to denote time longer than a year anymore. Fans of Patterns though, …

Lily & Madeleine – Lily & Madeleine

Comprised of sisters braiding idyllic images with heartfelt narratives, no it’s not The Staves…or First Aid Kit. It’s Indianapolis-based folk …

Cloud – Comfort Songs

Anyone who’s had the discomfort of viewing my browsing habits has gawked at the sheer volume of tabs I have …

Isbells – Stoalin’

With only a small selection of established artists from Belgium – with Netsky being the most popular but Django Reinhardt …

Kishi Bashi – 151a

Of all the awesome debut albums that have come out this year, most people would choose offerings from either Mercury …