King Tuff: Was Dead (Reissue)
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King Tuff: Was Dead (Reissue)

In certain indie music circles, King Tuff’s Was Dead was almost as fabled, rare and…

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Dungeonesse: Dungeonesse
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Dungeonesse: Dungeonesse

Pop culture works in sea changes. Trends come and go, sounds grow in popularity and…

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Baths: Obsidian
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Baths: Obsidian

On the sophomore effort from Baths, the laptop – or in Baths’ case, MPD –…

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Various Artists: Kenya Special: Selected East Africa Recordings From the 1970s and ’80s
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Various Artists: Kenya Special: Selected East Africa Recordings From the 1970s and ’80s

Soundway Records’ latest entry in their ongoing series of Afro-pop compilations is Kenya Special: Selected…

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Portugal. The Man:Evil Friends
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Portugal. The Man:Evil Friends

It’s all about trust. Portugal. The Man spent years developing their iconic mix of retro…

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Filter: The Sun Comes Out Tonight
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Filter: The Sun Comes Out Tonight

Filter have never really lived up to the promise of their first record Short Bus.…

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Queens of the Stone Age: …Like Clockwork
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Queens of the Stone Age: …Like Clockwork

However you define the inconsistently used and sometimes unintentionally condescending term “comeback album,” it’s unfair…

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Eluvium: Nightmare Ending
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Eluvium: Nightmare Ending

Matthew Cooper shocked fans of his ambient music when his 2010 album Similes—his fifth under…

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Majical Cloudz: Impersonator
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Majical Cloudz: Impersonator

Canada is in a kind of mid-music boom. The Toronto-Montreal corridor, which last felt relevant…

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Glenn Jones: My Garden State
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Glenn Jones: My Garden State

Guitarist Glenn Jones conveys emotion and energy in his music the way some of the…

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