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Hip-Hop EarthGang – Torba

It’s not often you come across hip-hop that gets you excited with its sound, but with up-and-coming duo EarthGang’s new seven-track mixtape, Torba, that release exactly one month ago, ...

Alternative, EP Review, Pop Bouquet – IN A DREAM

You don’t listen to music like Bouquet‘s to be entertained by generic sounds, but to be transported to your own imaginative sense of paradise. It’s through their new EP that you’re ...

Acoustic, Folk Sufjan Stevens – Carrie & Lowell

Sufjan Stevens has been releasing music for 15 years now, and his style has spanned far across the board in terms of any one genre. This time around, however, Sufjan has embraced a dark but soft sound with ...

Acoustic, EP Review, House Broken Back – Dear Misfortune, Mother of Joy

We’re willing to bet that Broken Back will have no trouble following Vance Joy into what cheery, folk-like niche has been getting widespread attention lately. Just a few months ago, we were ...

Alternative, EP Review, HD Discoveries The Indien – Cologne

It’s pretty standard for us to come across acts that we believe deserve greater attention, but in the case of Dutch four-piece The Indien, it’s downright criminal that their music has been ...

Pop, Singer-Songwriter Laura Welsh – Soft Control

If you’re any sort of modern pop aficionado, there’s no conceivable way that you can afford to miss Laura Welsh‘s debut album, as it’s undoubtedly one of the year’s best in ...

Hip-Hop Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp a Butterfly

To Pimp a Butterfly isn’t a typical rap album, nor is it remotely close to Kendrick Lamar‘s major label debut, good kid, m.A.A.d city. It isn’t an album dedicated to excitement, and ...

Alternative, Electronic, EP Review Foreign Fields – What I Kept In Hiding

Foreign Fields is an especially intriguing electronic-folk group originally from Wisconsin and now centered in Nashville. They’ve a debut album to their name, and what followed, their ...

Electronic, EP Review Møme – Cosmopolitan

In case you haven’t been paying attention to music lately, the “Ø” letter is hot right now (XYLØ, BØRNS, and MØ are all artists and acts making use of it) and the newest artist ...