Deerhunter – Monomania

written by: Daniel Wolff on May 26, 2013

The music of Monomania ranges from Indie rock to noise pop to mellow punk, but who really cares about all that?

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The Boxer Rebellion – Promises

written by: Daniel Wolff on May 12, 2013

London-based band, The Boxer Rebellion, has been playing music together for over 10 years, and its newest release, Promises, is a testament to its musical maturity. Nathan Nicholson leads The Boxer Rebellion on vocals, guitar, and keys. He’s joined by Todd Howe on lead guitar, Adam Harrison on bass, and Piers Hewitt on the drums. Promises […]

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The Dear Hunter – Migrant

written by: Daniel Wolff on April 26, 2013

The Dear Hunter formed in the early half of the 2000s in Providence, Rhode Island. It was initially a side project of Casey Crescenzo (originally of The Receiving End of Sirens), but quickly grew into a primary focus. The band’s first three albums were written with a story in mind, involving the birth, life, and […]

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Phosphorescent – Muchacho

written by: Daniel Wolff on March 26, 2013

Alabama native gone Brooklyn, Mathew Houck, returns as Phosphorescent for his fifth studio release, Muchacho, this March via Dead Oceans.

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Camera – The Panic and the Permanence

written by: Daniel Wolff on March 25, 2013

The Panic and the Permanence has a polished and mature sound, reflecting a band looking to make a statement, but what that statement is exactly still remains unclear.

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Mazes – Ores and Minerals

written by: Daniel Wolff on March 13, 2013

The Manchester group’s second album is simple, direct, but has a garage rock charm that keeps it engaging from start to finish.

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