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Corduroy’s self-titled EP is an exploration of Tullycraft-esque music, but also adds a rainy-day mood to the fun-loving, carefree tendencies of indie pop.
There’s a sense of history to “Lumiere,” with Populuxe wading through a laundry list of influences ranging from David Bowie to XTC to Big Star.
If you’re looking for an enchanting record for late night dance parties, look no further than this latest release from Marshmallow Coast.
“Beholder,” the latest record from Tommy Santee Klaws, is a complicated study in contrasts and unanticipated revelations.
The new EP from Portland trio Nice Life is a dizzying and unforgettable trek through prog, indie rock and power pop.
Adeline Hotel’s latest record, “Away Together,” is a gorgeous folk mystery just waiting to be unwound and studied and appreciated.
“Honey” doesn’t quite hit the magnificence of “Body Talk,” but it’s easily one of the best records of the year, finding new ways to express heartache, love and lust within the confines of pop music.
The new record from Richmond, Virginia band Neat Sweep possesses a power-pop theatricality which 2018 has sorely lacked.
East Tennessee rock band Commander Keen explores a host of Southern ghosts and mammoth riffs on new record.
On their new record, Jim Shorts drop the lo-fi bedroom project feel of their earlier releases for some fuzzed-up guitar pop that feels more muscular and matured.