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Everyone Everywhere – Self-Titled Album Review

Lately, there’s been an influx of bands like Look Mexico, Daikon and Everyone Everywhere who are taking cues from great bands like The Promise Ring, American Football, and Owls — all the great Jade Tree and Polyvinyl groups that made making mixtapes and sweater vests acceptable in the early 2000s. Everyone Everywhere’s self-titled album is...Read...
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Parlovr – Self-Titled Album Review

Parlovr are a three-piece out of Montreal, crafting a self-professed “stripped down, salacious and spastic” breed of indie pop. Their self-titled debut is bristling with nervous energy, somehow corralled into concentrated, three minute bursts of melody. Underneath all their shambling glory, many of the songs collected here are reminiscent of your other favorite Canadian band,...Read...
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Sharon Van Etten – Take Away Show #109

Today, we just hosted a stream of Mogwai’s film Burning, created by the fine folks at La Blogotheque. This is just another brand new Take Away Show — #109, if you haven’t gathered — featuring a performance by Sharon Van Etten. It’s a minimal video and interview combo featuring close-up shots capturing the purity of...Read...
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Fol Chen – “The Holograms” Music Video

Every body movement in this video is an awkward, overly-dramatized exercise in interpretive dance, which gives the most mundane of human actions an engaging, almost zombie-like quality. These movements match up perfectly with the deliciously frenzied beat of the track. Mmmmmm. From their press release: “Conceptually, the video is based on a “Stepford Wives” wasteland...Read...