Category: Album Reviews

Forever's 'Close to the Flame' EP Review

Valentine’s Day 2020 came with a gift in the form of Forever aka June Moon’s latest EP release titled: Close to The Flame. With only six songs on this EP, Moon treats us to a 22 minute journey that boasts of dreamy synthesizers, lo-fi-esque hip-hop beats, and Moon’s vocals.

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Tame Impala's 'The Slow Rush' Album Review

Following the five years since the last release, one had to wonder if Kevin Parker could manage to follow up Currents in a way that is true to him and the music that has come before. Miraculously, The Slow Rush is an album that fires on all cylinders and is an absolute blast.

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Le Butcherettes EP 'DON'T BLEED' Album Review

Teri Gender Bender bends gender and genre alike in this new EP, DON’T BLEED, out now via Rise Records. This EP is a fitting Valentine’s Day release, have strong motifs of love aimed in various directions carried by the most unique blends of sounds that Le Butcherettes have incorporated to date but still carrying those garage punk rock riffs you expect from this band.

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Wild Nothing's 'Laughing Gas' EP Review

Featuring a drum machine and a set of synthesizers, Laughing Gas, the latest Wild Nothing EP is as synth pop as Jack Tatum can get. On January 1st of this year, the Virginian band released the first single “Foyer,” announcing the complete EP release for today. 

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