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The Flaming Lips’ “King’s Mouth”

Rating: 8.6 The Flaming Lips released their fifteenth studio album, "King's Mouth" on Record Store Day earlier this year. This exclusive release consisted of only 4,000...

The Voidz: “Virtue” Review

Rating: 7.2/10 The second album from Julian Casablancas' side project, The Voidz' 2018 album, "Virtue", blends psychedelic static with an indie sentimentality. Within the frequently...

The Frikstailers return with strong, soul-liberating techno on “Extrasolar”

Frikstailers are an Argentinian duo based in Mexico that makes dance hall techno music infused with other elements from Latin America. Frikstailers have been...

Master Boot Record’s “Internet Protocol” is a change of pace

It's been a few months since the last one, so it's time for another Master Boot Record album. Just like the last few albums,...

Heize nails the mood and the subtle shifts on “She’s Fine”

While K-pop has its loud renaissance, K-r&b is having a quieter one. That's fitting, given how colorful and loud pop is and how smooth...

Mother Mother returns to quirky form with “Dance and Cry”

For a long time, Mother Mother had quite the form. They were an alternative pop band, having the clear, fun hooks and catchy rhythms...

Today in 1971: Led Zeppelin Release Their Untitled Fourth Album

Exactly forty-seven years ago, a legendary British rock band released the album that would later come to define their sound, as well as that...

“And Nothing Hurt” Spiritualized review

Artist: Spiritualized Release date: September 7, 2018 Label: Fat Possum Records Genre: Alternative/Indie Producer: Jason Pierce Rating: 7.8/10 It’s a sad world, and suffering can’t be avoided. But creatives throughout the ages have found ways...

The far-reaching influence of The Band’s debut “Music From Big Pink”

This week marks the 50th anniversary of the release of The Band's seminal debut album Music From Big Pink. In 1968, the musicians who would...

Jorja Smith’s “Lost & Found” shows she is a true talent

Jorja Smith’s first full length album, "Lost & Found," is as silky smooth as a Zadie Smith novel. It has the same impossible coolness...