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Music Review: The Sours – ‘The Sours’

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An album filled with the kind of music that deserves an audience. Read More »

Music Review: Natalie Cressman – ‘Turn the Sea’

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In her new album, the singer-trombonist looks to expand her horizons. Read More »

Music Review: Cults – ‘Static’


Indie popsters Cults return with a strong follow-up to their 2011 debut, mixing Motown, garage rock, and a theremin. Read More »

Music Review: Joshua Worden – ‘Always This’


Combining pop and jazz, Joshua Worden does it all himself. Read More »

Music Review: Sam Pinkerton – ‘EP Sampler’

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A taste of acoustic-based melodicism from a talented new singer-songwriter. Read More »

Music Review: Big Dipper – Crashes on the Platinum Planet

Crashes on the Platinum Planet is Big Dipper's return to catchy and intelligent indie pop. Read More »

An Interview with Denver-Based Indie Band Tennis

An interview with Tennis about their music and performance at this year's Outside Lands Festival. Read More »

The Adelines Offer Free Download of First Single “Little Games”

Swansea band The Adelines launch their brand of disaffected indie-pop with a free download of the single "Little Games." Read More »

Music Review: Liechtenstein – Fast Forward

Despite the title, you don’t want to skip any songs on the sophomore album by these Swedes. Read More »

Music Review: Drunksouls – Revolution

French reggae with wit from Drunksouls. Read More »