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Posts From Meredith Nardino

Milky Chance return in full bloom on sophomore LP

Following the unprecedented success of 2014’s Sadnecessary, German alt-pop duo Milky Chance are back with a powerful sophomore LP. Clemens Rehbein and Philipp Dausch produced one of the most popular

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Gibb Collective honors their family’s legacy on new tribute album

The Gibb Collective, founded in 2016, celebrates the unique voices of the children of legendary artists Barry, Robin, Andy and Maurice Gibb. The project began when Samantha, daughter of Maurice

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Review: ‘You’re Not As ___ As You Think’ by Sorority Noise

Sorority Noise produce emotionally rich, cohesive and intelligent indie rock on their first album since 2015. The quartet, originally from Hartford, Connecticut, made their debut four years ago and have

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Review of EP ‘Lucky’ by Harlow’s Monkeys

San Francisco indie-folk band Harlow’s Monkeys make their debut on new EP, Lucky, out now. Self-described as “sad and sometimes funny,” the six songs are the kind of mellow acoustic

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‘Shadowlands’ sees Romantica’s triumphant return

Some of the greatest bands come out of the smallest local scenes. In Minneapolis, the local music scene is lively, rich and heralded as one of the best in the

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Dive in to KYKO’s lush pop on his latest EP

Dreamy, atmospheric club beats flow easily within the 13 minutes of this stunning EP from South London’s KYKO. Wildlife is the second EP from KYKO, also known as Scott Verrill. The

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Summer Moon exceed expectations on new LP

One of many side projects crafted by a member of the Strokes while on hiatus, Summer Moon gives longtime fans of the New York City post-punk revivalists a reason to

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‘Bed of Liars’ by The Unlikely Candidates review

Fans of X Ambassadors and Imagine Dragons might be drawn to this catchy EP from Texas band The Unlikely Candidates. Bed of Liars, out now, is a high-powered mix of

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Betty Moon stuns on new LP ‘Chrome’

One of the greatest trends in contemporary music has been the resurgence of the female pop star. Though the gender disparities in the behind the scenes action of the music

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It’s Diet Cig’s party and they’ll cry if they want to

There are few things more exciting than a female-fronted punk duo. New York’s Diet Cig have been around since 2014, but are finally getting up to releasing their first album

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