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Feels is the band’s sixth studio album originally released in 2008 an features all four band member – Avey Tare, Deakin, Geologist, and Panda Bear.
Indie / Alternative
“Following his critically acclaimed collections Electronic Music from the Seventies and Eighties and Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties, Carl Stone quickly follows-up Baroo [...]
Bob Bellerue’s new double-LP, “Music of Liberation,” is a careful and intricate album of textured drone and shapely noise. Like the greatest works by post-industrial masters [...]
What our staff has to say: “More than perfect hardcore punk LP – The realest deal. Hails Beyond Infernal!” – Brandon
die Reihe is the moniker of NYC based composer and sound engineer Jack Callahan. Taken from the journal edited by Herbert Eimert and Karlheinz Stockhausen, die Reihe makes work that […]
New 2019 album … their first in 19 years! Tearaway trouble-punk ‘n’ bubblegum scuzz-rock from the notorious US duo, now signed to Fat Possum. Includes “Year Of The Dog”.
“First time available since its original release on the Italian Ri-Fi label, Maria Monti’s 1974 LP Il Bestario is a rare item even in its native country. Monti is an […]
Produced by Steve Fisk. Released in tandem with the International Pop Underground festival, 1991 was a very good year on the S.S. Beat Happening. Songs from Dreamy crowd many fan […]
What our staff has to say: “All Robert Wyatt is godly. Rock Bottom is a whimsical while malaised trip through his special demure prog.” – Alex Domino take great pride […]
Lamp Lit Prose can be seen as the yang to the yin of 2017’s self-titled Dirty Projectors album. The songs signal a page turned for Dave Longstreth: hope instead of heartbreak, a restorative [...]
Sing The Melody, the third installment in the Domino Documents series, captures Dirty Projectors at a peak in their touring powers. It sees the band head into New York City’s […]
At this point, it is almost impossible to say what makes for a classic Animal Collective album; the standard fluctuates with the weather, your temperament, whatever chemicals may or may […]
Beach Music was the first occasion on which (Sandy) Alex G (Alex Giannascoli) did not write all of the album’s songs in one sharp burst. Instead, he wrote the songs […]
Currently based out Miami FL Autumn Casey is an Artist in the truest sense, using multiple different mediums to express her inspirations. On the A.side of “Your Own Entertainment [...]
Bugsy is an indie pop quartet with flowery flourishes and emo highlights. Strong suits include harmonies vocal and instrumental counter play but not exclusive too. They are fond of animals […]
…years later, I find myself writing this just as I finish a four-hour shift behind the wheel of the van, coming back to my town (San Pedro, CA) having completed […]
***The fourth album from amazing Dutch four-piece Lewsberg. Since forming in 2016, Lewsberg have gone from strength to strength. Despite never really considering themselves as a ‘productive [...]
Recorded in summer of 1994 at S.H.P studios (frontman Graham Lambkin’s parents’ home), the group’s sophomore record Put the Music in Its Coffin is a more sinister, saturnine [...]
Broadcast will have their long out of print albums made available again through Warp Records on LP and CD. This seminal catalogue encompasses the albums Work And Non Work, The […]