On Sam Bekt’s latest album, a few underdeveloped ideas come together and mansplain social media to the listener.
Telyscopes’ new album expresses a true sense of artistic identity and expands on it in all directions to excellent results.
Moonroof’s latest single is a steady indie pop song and the story kind of ends there.
Earthboy has a knack for adding a little bit of weird magic to a familiar indie rock sound.
A Day Without Love’s single doesn’t live up to the grandeur of its message.
C.M. Slenko’s latest is a cold & stormy EP that displays promise in its negative space.
The band had dabbled in combinations like these in their previous work, but here, mixing lo-fi electronic, indie, and folk, Telyscopes has found their sonic sweet spot.
Rentboy’s Cherry is somehow a laid back and extremely tense abstraction of dissociation.