Thursday , February 25 2021

Alternative Rock

SXSW Music Festival 2018: March 16 (Caroline Rose, Lo Moon, Soccer Mommy, Now, Now, and More)

Lucy Rose at SXSW 2018 (Photo: Tan The Man)

Caroline Rose, Lucy Rose, and Soccer Mommy were among the Friday highlights at SXSW Music Festival 2018 on March 16 in Austin, Texas.

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SXSW Music Festival 2018: March 15 (Sunflower Bean, Jade Bird, Kotomi, Salt Cathedral, Girl Ray, and More)

Vita and the Woolf at SXSW 2018 (Photo: Tan The Man)

Jade Bird, Snail Mail, and Vita and the Woolf highlighted Thursday's music acts at SXSW 2018 in Austin, Texas.

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SXSW Music Festival 2018: March 14 (Our Girl, Natalie Prass, Wye Oak, Billie Eilish, and More)

Flyte at SXSW 2018 (Photo: Tan The Man)

Flyte, Jerry Williams, and Billie Eilish were among the highlights at Austin's South by Southwest Music Festival 2018 on Wednesday, March 14.

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SXSW Music Festival 2018: March 11-12 (Wyldest, LIFE, Kaki King, Fenster, and More)

Kaki King at SXSW 2018 (Photo: Tan The Man)

Kaki King, Wyldest, and Fenster were among the opening Monday night performers at SXSW Music Festival 2018 in Austin, Texas.

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Music Review: Red Black Red – ‘Resettlement’ Expands the Boundaries of Rock Music

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'Resettlement' delivers an amalgamation of prog-rock, alt-rock, gospel exuberance, dynamic stasis, and frictional harmonics into innovative, matchless music - like something out of a futuristic sonic factory, where wild residual energy merges with the digital.

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Music Review: Helga Arvesten – ‘Don’t Speak’ Suffuses Beautiful Alt-Pop Colors

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'Don’t Speak' is gorgeous. The escalation of the harmonic progression synthesized with Arvesten’s rich, diaphanous voice coruscates with brilliant energy. Helga Arvesten is an artist to keep your eye on. There’s an indefinable flair to her music that’s captivating.

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Music Review: New Sincerity Works – ‘Wonder Lust’ Spins Out Potent, Dazzling Alt-Rock

'Wonder Lust' is superb! The melodies are fresh and potently layered, while the rhythms sway with compelling dynamism. Tittel’s voice provides an easy listening experience, as well as just the right amount of persuasive passion.

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