Various Artists: Wondaland Presents: The Eephus
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Various Artists: Wondaland Presents: The Eephus

Tess Parks and Anton Newcombe: I Declare Nothing
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Tess Parks and Anton Newcombe: I Declare Nothing

There simply isn’t enough variation on I Declare Nothing to make it more than an…

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Beach House: Depression Cherry
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Beach House: Depression Cherry

Depression Cherry retreats from the sonic advances of Teen Dream and Bloom toward a primitive…

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Ghost: Meliora
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Ghost: Meliora

Destroyer: Poison Season
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Destroyer: Poison Season

Dan Bejar has an ear for melancholy, and every record he’s ever made as Destroyer…

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Defeater: Abandoned
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Defeater: Abandoned

Defeater has crafted an album that should be a genre classic, but more than likely…

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The Reatards: Grown Up Fucked Up
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The Reatards: Grown Up Fucked Up

Mad bastards like Jay Reatard only come around every so often, but it’s funny how…

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Galactic: Into the Deep
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Galactic: Into the Deep

It's encouraging to hear Galactic moving in a much more song-oriented direction.

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Carly Rae Jepsen: Emotion
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Carly Rae Jepsen: Emotion

Not every pop record needs to challenge societal perceptions, alter the industry or push the…

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The Bird and The Bee: Recreational Love
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The Bird and The Bee: Recreational Love

Recreational Love includes earworm after earworm, but enjoyment of the album is entirely dependent on…

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