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Indie Rock

LISTEN NOW: The Fresh & Onlys - "House of Spirits" Review

“Bay Area Rockers Take a Somber Turn on Engaging New LP” The San Francisco psych-pop outfit The Fresh & Onlys deliver with their fifth LP, House of Spirits. On “Home is Where?” organs open up a surreal album inspired by the dreams frontman Tim Cohen documented while staying in a remote, Arizonan horse ranch. Under […]Read More »

Say Hi "Endless Wonder" Review

“Synthesized indie-pop for the lovelorn” Using emotional sentiments and the art of storytelling to craft an album is not a new concept. However, Seattle-based singer Eric Elbogen (better known as Say Hi) has taken it to a new level with his latest release, Endless Wonder. Here Elbogen uses his deep and rich vocals to share […]Read More »

Vinyl of the Month: Split Screens 7-inch

“Jubilant, simmering vocals poised with softened rhythms and a humming Wurlitzer” The Sinner by Split Screens Singer and multi-instrumentalist Jesse Cafiero has the soft, playful quality one finds on a beach somewhere. Golden, brushed rhythms and gliding electric guitars, a murmuring Wurlitzer offers a soft union that echoes early Wallflowers. Even Cafiero has the dampened, […]Read More »

The Afghan Whigs - "Do To The Beast" Review PLUS Video

“The highly-anticipated new release from Cincinatti’s own Afghan Whigs, every bit as musically and lyrically ferocious as 1998’s 1965.” Don’t dare call it a comeback or a reunion because, to the legions of fans that have succeeded in raising the Afghan Whigs to canonical cult status, they never left.  No, they have been lurking in […]Read More »

Lux Lisbon - "Get Some Scars" Review

“The love child of The Killers and Fleetwood Mac…and some Bruce Springsteen, too.” Lux Lisbon’s most recent  EP, Get Some Scars, is one that should be played  time and time again within the summer months to come.  Angst-laced, precise harmonies give this four-track EP an enjoyable sound from start to finish.  The London-based band will […]Read More »

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