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Screens – Dead House Album Review

In a feat of pure wonder, Brooklyn-based quartet Screens have managed to evade the magnetic lure of musical stagnation with their latest album, Dead House. Without adhering too closely to any one genre tag, they pull bits and pieces of influence from “pop,” “psychedelic,” “noise,” “post-punk,” and “post-rock” when and where they need it, incorporating...Read...
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TV On The Radio – “Will Do” Music Video

TV On The Radio explore virtual and blurred realities with their new video for “Will Do”. The nostalgic jam incorporates Minority Report-esque technologies and throws on geometric and three-dimensional filters for a video — and corresponding song — that is equally nostalgic and futuristic.
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Rival Schools – Pedals Album Review

I’ve always found Rival Schools to be an interesting band. They blew through the indie rock scene quickly with their debut full-length, United by Fate. They were a band that was anchored by Walter Schreifels, whose name is synonymous with New York hardcore, and who being is responsible for Hot Water Music’s best record, No...Read...
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Asobi Seksu – Fluorescence Album Review

NYC-based foursome Asobi Seksu — meaning “casual sex” in Japanese — released its newest album, Fluorescence, on February 15th. The dream pop escapist melodies are made for cruising the coast with a lover or plunging headfirst into an icy ocean of emotion and despair, making the gauzy tracks a well-timed drop for the day after...Read...
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Freelance Whale – Enzymes Music Video

To quote Green Label Sound: “In this video for Freelance Whales’ Green Label Sound single “Enzymes,” the band drifts in and out like shadows amongst the colors. The abstract lyrics called for a video loaded with special effects to mirror the song’s metaphorical richness. Co-directors Chunwoo Kae and Ryan Demler of Neue Films created a...Read...
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Shy Child – Liquid Love Album Review

When you’re constantly asked to review music by relative nobodies, sometimes listening to new albums becomes a painful task. In such cases, creative systems of forced listening become necessary to keep oneself from going completely musically stir-crazy. What I do before embarking on long trips is this: I throw a bunch of albums that need...Read...
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