Album Review: S/T by LUMP

This new duo leaves listeners hankering for another taste.

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blanket carry you into the night sky with debut album How To Let Go

Carrying you into the night sky with their ethereal soundscapes, blanket provide a soundtrack to your own personal journey

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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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Courtney Barnett isn’t afraid to speak her mind on Tell Me How You Really Feel

Tackling topics like sexism, mental health and toxic masculinity, Courtney Barnett delivers a solid album with Tell Me How You Really Feel.

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Grouper gets lost in its own atmosphere on Grid of Points

Sparse instrumentation makes for a pleasant, but unengaging listen on Grouper’s latest release.

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Looking back at… Music Has The Right To Children by Boards of Canada

20 years on, we look back at the landmark debut album of eclectic electronica duo Boards of Canada.

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Kississippi exude confidence on their debut LP ‘Sunset Blush’

Kississippi reap the rewards of a willingness to experiment with diverse nostalgia-pop sounds while lyrically staying true to their raw and heartfelt origins.

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Hop Along offer a fourth LP full of “fine tuned to perfection tracks”

The newest effort from the Philly indie rock outfit demonstrates what the band has been working up to all these years.

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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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