Producer the Bug teams up with grime MC D Double E and it's a deft pairing.
“The Holy Ghost” stomps in double time, driving 12-bar blues marrying frenetic guitar in an explosion of weariness.
If you’ve ever complained about people tagging music which ends up being too straightforward for your taste “psychedelic rock”, the Dan Ryan might be something you’d like.
Every Orchid Offering is blocky and pleasantly unwieldy, a definite boon in a style of alt-pop which prides itself on its obtuseness.
Michael Blume’s percussive pop is a listener’s dream, everything perfectly polished and all elements in their proper places.
"Concrete" is more of a reckless, pedal-to-the-floor drive down a tunnel than a conventional composition.
“My Breath Killed the Roses” is a deeply melancholy affair, a deceptively misanthropic ode set to gorgeous piano and gloriously imperfect violin.
"Touch the Ground" is pop in its purest sense, a style that draws from everything around it and reflects what people are listening to.
It’s a relatively straightforward indie rock song, but it sounds like it’s being tuned through a staticky TV set, an atmosphere of fuzz weighing down its otherwise light instrumental.
"Backlash" is the kind of rock as at home in a Williamsburg bar as a Topeka barn, a universal style meant to unite.