Les Claypool’s Duo De Twang: Four Foot Shack
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Les Claypool’s Duo De Twang: Four Foot Shack

Even if his name didn’t precede the Duo De Twang moniker, Four Foot Shack would…

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Lanterns on the Lake: Until the Colours Run
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Lanterns on the Lake: Until the Colours Run

Newcastle ensemble Lanterns on the Lake released a well-received debut of quiet, electronic folk and…

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ERAAS: Initiation
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ERAAS: Initiation

Brooklyn duo ERAAS’s music focuses heavily on mood and atmosphere, and it’s often centered on…

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Jeremy Jay: Abandoned Apartments
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Jeremy Jay: Abandoned Apartments

Back in 2009, Jeremy Jay’s early records could reasonably be compared to the work of…

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Skeletonwitch: Serpents Unleashed
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Skeletonwitch: Serpents Unleashed

Perhaps it’s the dedicated touring and passionate live performances, or almost ten years of studio…

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra: Blue Record
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Unknown Mortal Orchestra: Blue Record

The acoustic Blue Record EP gathers together airy versions of three tracks from Unknown Mortal…

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Red Fang: Whales and Leeches
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Red Fang: Whales and Leeches

One glance at the absurdly maximal album art decorating Red Fang’s Whales and Leeches, it’s…

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Nobunny: Secret Songs: Reflections from the Ear Mirror
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Nobunny: Secret Songs: Reflections from the Ear Mirror

Beyond the unusually wordy title, Secret Songs: Reflections from the Ear Mirror utilizes the same…

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Revisit: Brad: Shame/ Interiors
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Revisit: Brad: Shame/ Interiors

Back before Pearl Jam hit it big, the guys that would eventually meet up with…

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Frankie Rose: Herein Wild
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Frankie Rose: Herein Wild

Uncannily similar to last year’s Interstellar, Frankie Rose’s Herein Wild only hints at her messy…

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