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Albums & EPs of the Month

Dance, Disco Olympic Ayres – Leisureplex

Olympic Ayres is everything we love about disco’s recent return to relevance. We’ve seen many attempts to recreate sounds of the past, and more times than not, they simply fall short, but Olympic Ayres has greatly distanced themselves from this trend by focusing on a new sound that’s … Continued

Album Review, Alternative Sir Sly – You Haunt Me

Sir Sly has been slowly building a following for the past couple of years, but it’s only now that we’re finally treated to a full-length album of theirs. They’ve already worked with some great names like Vic Mensa, RAC, and … Continued

EP Review Nick Hakim – Where Will We Go Pt. 2

Nick Hakim has been on a hot streak for some time now, and today, we’ve another of his releases to share. The man’s been trickle-feeding his two-part EP for awhile, and ever since “Pour Another” released, the HD feed has … Continued

Electronic, EP Review Willow Beats – water

We’re not sure what’s more interesting—the fact that Willow Beats makes music as an uncle-niece two-piece (seriously, when have you ever heard of that kind of artistic complexion?)—or the actual, hyper-eccentric electronic they together create. Each works to elicit an … Continued

Album Review, Downtempo Seekae – The Worry

Last year, Seekae captivated the music world with their breakthrough track, “Another”, and although the Sydney trio had released two full-length albums prior to that, “Another” proved to be the moment that Seekae hit the map. It’s amassed 750K plays on SoundCloud, … Continued

Album Review, Alternative Generationals – Alix

Indie-rock outfit Generationals first caught our ear with the shimmering, infectious “Put A Light On”, and now, they’re back in our attention span with their fourth full-length LP, Alix, that’s co-produced by Richard Swift (The Shins, Saider, Foxygen). Prior to today, we’ve … Continued