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Leland Sundries – Music for Outcasts [2016]

Leland Sundries – Music for Outcasts [2016]

Leland Sundries return with more folk rock awesomeness on their new album, Music For Outcasts: the band’s first full-length album. Six years ago, Leland Sundries’ The Apothecary EP came as a smart folk-rock album, well into the country side of alt-country. Now, after ...

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February 16th, 2017

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Foxygen – Hang [2017]

Foxygen – Hang [2017]

With Hang, Foxygen have proven their capacity for lavish spectacle, but they’re still at their best when they give themselves the freedom to roam. “What are we good for if we can’t make it?” Sam France wondered on the last Foxygen album, …And Star Power. It was a pertinent ...

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January 25th, 2017

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Sugar Candy Mountain – 666 [2016]

Sugar Candy Mountain – 666 [2016]

Joshua Tree, California’s Sugar Candy Mountain make sunshine psych that seems to pull equally from ’60s acts like The Free Design and modern purveyors like Tame Impala and The Flaming Lips. Their newest album 666 feels like something unearthed from a box of records found in ...

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November 20th, 2016

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Crocodiles – Dreamless [2016]

Crocodiles – Dreamless [2016]

Brandon Welchez and Charles Roswell recorded Crocodiles sixth LP, Dreamless, in Welchez’s new home of Mexico City. The rich cultural vibrancy of the sprawling metropolis colours the tones of the new record with a jaunty spirit that belies the darker moments of the album’s ...

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November 18th, 2016

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Allah-Las – Calico Review [2016]

Allah-Las – Calico Review [2016]

After two albums of desert-parched, reverb-caked garage rock revivalism, it might seem like the Allah- Las were due for some kind of drastic change. Apart from jumping from one cool record label (Innovative Leisure) to another (Mexican Summer), the four guys in the band have

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October 22nd, 2016

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Twin Peaks – Down in Heaven [2016]

Twin Peaks – Down in Heaven [2016]

On their third LP, Down in Heaven, Twin Peaks hang on to their rough-and-raw disposition while drawing sonic inspiration from favorite albums of 1968, including, per press materials, works by the Rolling Stones, the Kinks, and the Beatles. Bolstered throughout the album by ...

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October 21st, 2016

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