Drenge embrace the weird and uneasy on Strange Creatures

The English rockers indulge their New Wave influences as their sound grows more diverse on the group’s excellent third album.

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Deerhunter Never Lose Sight of Their Identity on “Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?”

Atlanta indie veterans Deerhunter have kicked off  2019 with their much-anticipated comeback album after a relatively quiet few years by their prolific standards. The band, led by cult figure Bradford Cox, amassed a large underground following after a consistent string of stellar releases ever since their 2007 full-length studio debut Cryptograms. From there, the band went…

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Parquet Courts get “woke” on their latest LP ‘Wide Awake’

A refinement of Parquet Courts’ unique strengths, Wide Awake sees the NYC-based band at the peak of their lyrical and creative powers

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra swing effortlessly between genres on ‘Sex and Food’

UMO refine their sound and deliver a cleaner than usual selection tracks that may be some of their best yet.

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The Garden continue to search for the perfect balance on latest LP ‘Mirror Might Steal Your Charm’

Raucous but occasionally excessive, it’s clear The Garden are still looking to strike the sweet spot between weirdness and quality

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I Feel Fine are doing well with an EP wrapped in emo influences

Brighton indie/emo band I Feel Fine establish a solid foundation on their debut EP.

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Looking Back At… Antidotes by Foals

Ewan Blacklaw takes a glance back at Foals’ seminal debut album Antidotes and the impact it had on the British indie scene

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