Belle and Sebastian How to Solve Our Human Problems (Part 2) Matador · January 19, 2018 “The album should not only be cherished for its interspersed moments of experimentation, but also for maintaining the distinct sound […]
Panda Bear A Day With the Homies Domino · January 12, 2018 Of all of Panda Bear’s discography, the emotions this album evokes are the most relevant to our modern day existence.
With form/a, Half Waif deliver an EP that brings up as many questions as answers, and paints a turbulent narrative of searching for place and purpose. It makes sense that form/a, the newest Half Waif […]
After 2016’s Painting With, indie force Animal Collective have followed up with a companion EP that expands and extends on their sound while still maintaining an experimental element. It is impossible to talk about anything Animal […]
On her first EP, NYC’s Maggie Rogers brings to fruition what many have been waiting for. With wonderful hooks and tight production, Now That The Light Is Fading is a great start to a promising career. […]
Of Montreal’s latest may evoke effort, but lacks an inventive nature that makes it holistically unremarkable and flat in execution. Their newest release since 2016’s full-length Innocence Reaches, Of Montreal’s latest EP, Rune Husk, departs […]
The Japanese House Swim Against the Tide – EP Dirty Hit Limited · November 11th, 2016 By: Jillian Fliedner “Litness” Test*: *Out of 5 Amber Bain’s The Japanese House does not receive nearly enough attention, but […]