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On Brilliant Colors' debut album, Introducing, this all-girl trio looks to genres long gone for inspiration, specifically the fuzzed-out, riff-heavy shoegazer sound.
It's hard to believe it's been five years since Broken Social Scene dropped their last album, but within minutes of listening to their new release, Forgiveness Rock Record, it's obvious that no one has even come close to challenging them as the indie-rock collective of the aughts.
Ridiculous, fabulous, and hilarious.
Camera Obscura's heartfelt, Glasgow twee proves My Maudlin Career is nothing to scoff about.
Strange and indefinable, Does You takes the listener on a nuanced journey from quirk and whimsy to melancholy and yearning.
Chicks on Speed rage on in Cutting the Edge, an eclectic embodiment of feisty femalehood.
Brooklyn's metal darlings Children melt face with the swelling, epic guitar duels of Hard Times Hanging at the End of the World.
Oakland post-punkers Clipd Beaks go pre-punk on their second full-length, creating a death-hippie vibe with meandering songs that hover around the five-minute mark like a smoky veil over barren landscapes.
I'm pretty sure I read once that fairies use music to lure humans into a fatal sleep. Not wanting to take any chances after my first listen of CocoRosie's Grey Oceans, I brewed black tea and kept a vigilant eye.
Eschewing the hopeful lullabies and languid odes to taking it easy that made her famous, Corinne Bailey Rae has drastically changed her tune on The Sea, the first release since the death of her husband in 2008.
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