These were two scholars of not just hip-hop but the brutal world around them.
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Graceful ain’t a word oft attached to Louisiana sludge lords Thou.
A cushy, comforting folk album that has bamboozling amounts of dexterity.
Dusk of Punk and Happy Omen show as much versatility as they do promise.
Tim Hecker was the underground choice for the 2000s’ most hypnotic preacher of ambient.
With 200% Galcher, the master is proving himself singular.
If you’re looking for rock as a hug, you can’t do better than Ovlov.
Absolutely Florence and the Machine’s most delicate album.
A deeply meditative experience, producing snippets from lost ‘70s soul and psychedelic records that never…
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