Ride: This Is Not a Safe Place
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Ride: This Is Not a Safe Place

Ride have made an album that sounds vibrant and an all-around joy, even if it…

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Pete Yorn: Caretakers
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Pete Yorn: Caretakers

Pete Yorn has created the beigest collection of music as wallpaper in recent memory.

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Delia Derbyshire: The Dreams
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Delia Derbyshire: The Dreams

The Hold Steady: Thrashing Thru the Passion
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The Hold Steady: Thrashing Thru the Passion

Thrashing is the work of a band artfully redefining what they want to be after…

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Loscil: Equivalents
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Loscil: Equivalents

Vaughan Mason & Butch Dayo: Feel My Love
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Vaughan Mason & Butch Dayo: Feel My Love

Feel My Love is an undeniably physical album, easily accessible on its commercial surface.

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Bon Iver: i,i
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Bon Iver: i,i

What was once a sparse, folk endeavor has essentially become a massive, genre-fluid music collective.

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Shura: forevher
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Shura: forevher

Shura fiddles with religious symbols and themes as a means of expression and humor, which…

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Rod Modell: Captagon
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Rod Modell: Captagon

Sleater-Kinney: The Center Won’t Hold
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Sleater-Kinney: The Center Won’t Hold

Sleater-Kinney has never been a static band, modulating and complicating their punk sound ever since…

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