Flyte’s ‘This Is Really Going To Hurt’ really does hurt

    Flyte This Is Really Going To Hurt Island · April 9, 2021 After moving base from London to LA, Flyte have returned with an album that excels in portraying quiet heartbreak. This Is Really Going To Hurt puts much of its focus on the idea of the end of a long-term relationship. The depth of […]

    Wye Oak’s collaborative EP ‘No Horizon’ is refreshing and creative

    Wye Oak No Horizon Merge · July 31, 2020 Wye Oak has had no problem diversifying their sound in the past, but the No Horizon EP takes an even more unexpected – and gratifying – direction. The entire EP was recorded in collaboration with the Brooklyn Youth Chorus, and this partnership gives the project a […]

    Photay’s ‘On Hold’ is at times disappointing, but thoughtful at the core

    Photay On Hold Mexican Summer · March 5, 2021 Photay’s latest release, On Hold, has rewarding moments but doesn’t quite come together as a coherent album. On Hold falls under the ambient genre, something which is made clear from the very beginning with the first track, “Prelude in MHz,” which consists solely of one tone. […]

    ‘Magic Oneohtrix Point Never’ is mostly successful with its experimentation

    Oneohtrix Point Never Magic Oneohtrix Point Never Warp Records · October 30, 2020 Brooklyn-based Daniel Lopatin, or Oneohtrix Point Never, has a distinct sound, owing to the diverse and unpredictable instrumentation he uses in his music. This exploratory style is continued in his latest album, Magic Oneohtrix Point Never, released on October 30th. The album […]

    Paradise Cinema’s first LP is immersive and dreamlike

    Paradise Cinema Paradise Cinema Gondwana Records · October 9, 2020 Jack Wyllie, under the moniker Paradise Cinema, released his first full-length album. The eight-track album was recorded in Dakar, Senegal, and offers a taste of the thriving music scene there. Specifically, the album hints at the mbalax dance music of Senegal and Gambia. This genre originated […]

    City and Colour @ Royale

    City and Colour October 21, 2019 at Royale While on tour after the release of a new album, City and Colour stopped in Boston to perform at the Royale. City and Colour, the stage name for Canadian artist Dallas Green, had not released an album in four years before the release of A Pill for […]

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