Category: CD Reviews

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CD Review: Apocalipstick by Cherry Glazerr

California power-trio Cherry Glazerr’s second LP, Apocalipstick, shows blinks of maturity between raw, ripping riffs and lyrics about wearing underpants for days at a time.The 11-track album lasts only a bit over 34 minutes,...

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CD Review: Migration by Bonobo

Migration, the latest from electronic musician Simon Green — aka Bonobo — is one of the most pleasantly surprising releases of early 2017. Combining a range of influences from hip hop, ambient, and world...

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CD Review: I See You by The xx

While Jamie xx has undoubtedly made a name for himself with the release of last year’s critically acclaimed In Colour, The xx as a single unit have remained decidedly quiet since the release of...

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CD Review: Worry by Jeff Rosenstock

Jeff Rosenstock is the best kept secret in contemporary punk. A veteran of musical collective “Bomb the Music Industry!” and ska-punk band “The Arrogant Sons of B*tches,” his latest album, WORRY., (capitalized and punctuated)...

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CD Review: Starboy by The Weekend

As soon as I heard the singles off this album, I was hyped. Sure, the Weeknd had adopted a new, pop-friendly sound, but new Weeknd is still good Weeknd. Or so I thought. Outside...

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Slugger by SAD13

Speedy Ortiz’s Sadie Dupuis solo record is fuzzy, feminist fun. With Slugger, Dupuis moves towards a more pop and electronic influenced sound, but the harder grunge elements of Speedy Ortiz are still present. If...