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by Sachyn Mital

15 Jul 2013


Fanfarlo’s website was updated recently with the following statement concerning the status of their new album. You can get a download of their new song “Myth of Myself” below for the price of your email. It sounds a bit looser than their last album, especially with the levity the flute part adds to it, so it will be interesting to see what direction the band takes on the new album.

by Nigel Spudes

12 Jul 2013


Since making their mark with the addictive, immediate and undeniably Mazzy Star-indebted “Harsh Realm”, Widowspeak have gone janglier and introduced a more analog, folksy side to their smoky, “rural dream pop” sound.

by PopMatters Staff

12 Jul 2013


From the label: The record is the self-titled debut from a duo called Pony Bwoy, and is a remarkable collection of R&B-inspired dark-pop rooted in wavy electronics and hyper-rhythmic vocals.

by PopMatters Staff

12 Jul 2013


by Nigel Spudes

11 Jul 2013


When first listening to “Tiger Tank,” it’s hard not to hear the influence of ‘90s indie rock (Pavement, Unwound) and punk on the music. Yet what makes Speedy Ortiz compelling is their use of that sound as an influence, not a template. Vocalist-guitarist Sadie Dupuis’ smart, smirking lyrics and the whole band’s tight-yet-fun playing style sound clearly current, if disinterested in the zeitgeist.

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"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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