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3421 – “Not Coming Back”

3421 is a stimulating new electronic project from Haifa, the northern capital of Israel. Their new track “Not Coming Back” – premiering here – blends elements of atmospheric free-jazz electronica (especi...
 
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Starar – “Ride”

Starar impressed a year ago with the gauzy shoegaze beauty “Talisman“, and the duo is back at it with the wonderfully mellow “Ride”, which evokes imagery of cruising through a desert just as the sun is s...

 
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Junior Rocket Scientist – “Why”

Why by Junior Rocket Scientist Growing distortion and a bouncy bass line begin this tantalizing effort from Boise, Idaho-based Junior Rocket Scientist, immediately showing as excitingly likable with the vocal introduction 20 se...
 
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Swimming Tapes – “Souvenirs”

With a keen ear for melody, London quintet Swimming Tapes have found dream-pop bliss on their single “Souvenirs”. Layered guitars that sound straight out of the ’90s shoegaze era (albeit with a lot less fuzz) ...

 
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Sister Wanzala – “Bleach”

“Bleach” from alternative trio Sister Wanzala succeeds in merging the group’s seemingly disparate musical influences. The brothers who make up the Bradford, UK outfit cite everyone from Steely Dan to D’A...
 
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Bodywash – “Nothing At All”

Montreal-based Bodywash produce a wonderfully gauzy form of nostalgia reflective of both dream-pop and shoegaze. Their track “Nothing At All” comes in with a slightly anxious key progression that’s contrasted ...

 
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Best Albums of 2015: #21-30

Passing the half-way point as we recap the best albums of 2015, a stylistically eclectic year for sure.
 
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Best Albums of 2015: #31-40

Albums 31 to 40 are revealed as we continue our countdown of 2015's best albums.

 
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Best Albums of 2015: #41-50

The top 50 albums of 2015 are unveiled, with write-ups and audio, starting with the first ten.
 
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Future Myth – “Little Voice” / “Cold Season”

Future Myth are a four-piece from San Jose who are releasing their debut EP, Flashbulb Memories, on January 29th. Their first two singles, “Little Voice” and “Cold Season”, show the group as a highly cap...