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1,000 Listens or Less: The Stress of Leisure’s “Eruption Bounce”

“Eruption Bounce” is the sixth studio album by Brisbane-based post-punk rockers The Stress of Leisure, bringing their own unique twist to an already decorated genre. The simple orange cover, void of…

Spielbergs channel 2000’s emo on “This Is Not The End”

There was a time not too long ago where emo-rock seemingly ruled. From the likes of Japandroids to Modern Baseball, at some point most American teens in the mid to late 2000’s were exposed to the…

Illuminati Hotties bring garage-rock-inspired indie alternative with “Kiss Yr Frenemies”

This is exactly the case with “Kiss Yr Frenemies,” the debut album from Los Angeles-based Sarah Tudzin’s solo project, Illuminati Hotties. The typicalities of indie…

Blac Rabbit channel the Beatles on self-titled debut EP

Blac Rabbit is a Queens-based psychedelic band, coming at us with their self-titled debut EP. It’s practically against the rules to judge an album by its cover, but in this case, I did just that. With the amount of music…

10,000 Listens or Less: Shmu – “Lead Me to the Glow”

Masterminded by Austin-based Sam Chown, “Lead Me to the Glow” is an abstract mix of noise that takes me back to a time in the 90’s that I myself didn’t personally experience. The album oozes a retro, not quite…

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