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Nuclear Power Pants – Wicked Eats The Warrior Album Review

Nuclear Power Pants came off create synth-heavy, spazzy, lo-fi garage rock with an interplay between lethargic male and hi-energy female vocals. It’s certainly entertaining, to a degree, with tracks like “Uh Oh” starting off with buzzing synths and guttural expulsions of sound that are immediately engaging. “Graveyard” and “Partytime U.S.A.” have some some really bouncy...Read...
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Sightings – City Of Straw Album Review

Ahhh, and here’s bizarro experimental music done right. Semi-popular indie music just keeps getting weirder and weirder, and I for one couldn’t be more proud or excited with humanity. This band has been around for the better part of the decade, cutting their teeth in the NYC avant-garde scene and apparently making some powerful friends...Read...
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Eluvium – Similes Album Review

Eluvium, aka Matthew Cooper, makes beautiful music. There is no denying that fact. His interesting mix of electronic ambient tones combined with lush piano paints a great picture. However, as someone who probably doesn’t appreciate the piano as much as I should, I’ve always found previous Eluvium albums to be a bit tiresome and boring....Read...
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Clipd Beaks – To Realize Album Review

Experimental rock bands seem to be getting a good amount of attention from the mainstream media these days, but within that subgenre is an even smaller subset of individuals who seem to channel the unconscious into droning, contemplative music that listeners can really lose themselves in. Similar to doom metal bands like Om, which lure...Read...
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