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Low Island spin low-key vibes for nighttime drives

Oxford four-piece Low Island have an incredibly clean sound for a group who records in a garage. The band dropped their sublime debut EP, Just About Somewhere, earlier this year

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Suit up for summer with Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever ‘The French Press’

Lively indie-rock outfit Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever are undoubtedly a product of their hometown down under. The Melbourne band first formed in 2013, slowly but surely churning out jangly pop

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Indulge in the vibrant youth of Khalid’s ‘American Teen’

Anyone who says millennials waste their youth should listen to American Teen and immediately reevaluate. The debut album from prolific new artist Khalid is all about the vibrant, cinematic adventures

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Review: Jack Grace’s ‘Everything Thing I Say is a Lie’

After nearly two decades in the business, singer-songwriter Jack Grace decided it was time for a comeback. Spending more time on the road than off can be draining, especially in

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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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Review for Fourth Dimension album ‘Millennial Kingdom Vol. 1’

California jazz/crossover artist Jody Giachello, who goes by the alias Fourth Dimension (4D), is an innovative drummer and producer who has been playing drums for most of his life.  Giachello’s

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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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New super group Big Walnuts Yonder release first single [review]

On Feb. 28, new super group Big Walnuts Yonder released their first single. Members are from The Stooges, Deerhoof, Wilco and Tera Melos. On Feb. 28, Big Walnuts Yonder released their

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