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Son Lux – We Are Rising Album Review

What’s the most you’ve impressive thing you’ve ever done in a month? Ryan Lott, AKA producer/composer Son Lux, wrote, recorded and finished an entire album. 36 minutes of music, to be exact, and in the shortest month of the year. This is no small feat, but the most impressive thing about his sophomore album, We...Read...
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EARTH, Mount Eerie Live Show Review

Quite fittingly, EARTH’s record release show for the quite fantastic Angels Of Darkness, Demons Of Light: I was at Seattle’s Tractor Tavern — a venue known for swilling whiskey and boot-stomping folk/bluegrass sounds that usually tear through town in a tornado of good will and Southern leanings. EARTH, the almighty purveyors of Americana-influenced drone, are...Read...
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Julianna Barwick – The Magic Place Album Review

It’s really easy to get lost within The Magic Place, Julianna Barwick’s debut on Asthmatic Kitty. It’s full of cathedral-reverbed voices looped against one another, intertwining into lines that float into space and little else. Minimal, definitely. The vibe of the album is one that comes off partly as cinematic cloud formation and partly as...Read...
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Olekranon – {bilal} Album Review

Sometimes the most unlikely of music can only be described as “centering.” On the surface, Olekranon’s {bilal} is quite blatant and in-your-face. The album has a lot going on in the way of textures; sounds are layered with density, feedback and distortion play major roles, and a fair amount of industrial and experimental elements take...Read...
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Ducktails – Ducktails III: Arcade Dynamics Album Review

Ambient bedroom pop pioneer Matt Mondanile, aka Ducktails, manages to break into untapped psych-pop territory on his new album, while appeasing those who long for his forgotten demo cassettes. And while Ducktails III: Arcade Dynamics takes an impressive step towards the sound of his other band, Real Estate, the album retains that distinctly Ducktails hypnosis,...Read...
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Caroline – Verdugo Hills Album Review

Verdugo Hills is somewhat renowned for its high school — in which numerous Hollywood movies have been filmed — and a hospital revered for its ties to the community. Verdugo Hills is also the title of Caroline’s new album, a wonderfully understated electronic journey of lessons learnt in life and love, and wounds remedied by...Read...
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