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Bullet Points, EP Review: “Business Card”

Local Indy rock band Bullet Points brings hypnotic rhythms and heartfelt vocals on their 2016 debut EP, "Business Card".

Cradle Cat, EP Review: “Future Self”

Local Indianapolis artist Cradle Cat brings together alternative, electronic, and indie pop vibes on his 2019 EP "Future Self".

Silent Bloom, EP Review: “Sour Mercy”

Local Indianapolis indie band Silent Bloom combines elements of jazz, blues, and indie rock on their 2019 EP, "Sour Mercy".

Review: The New Pornographers’ “Brill Bruisers” (2014)

The New Pornographers' recent release "In The Morse Code Of Brake Lights", owes a lot to their 2014 album, "Brill Bruisers", which...

Album Review: “Everything Hits At Once”

Rating 7.2/10 "Everything Hits at Once" consists of thirteen of Spoon's most popular and hardest hitting songs. While the collection found on this best-of album...

Listen To This: How Recordings Changed Music

Today we'll be continuing our walk through Alex Ross's book, "Listen To This", with a look at the third chapter titled, "Infernal Machines: How...

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...

Exploring Soundtracks: Cape Fear

We're back this week with another installment of Exploring Soundtracks. Recently, we've begun a new journey through the filmography of Martin Scorsese. Even though...

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...