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Despite the obvious criticisms it's attracted over the years, I've always maintained the belief that pop music can produce some of the best music a human ear can absorb if it's approached [READ ON]
THUMPERS only just presented us with their undeniable debut, Galore, earlier this year and already are back in action with a forthcoming EP, the first single of which was just released [READ ON]
There's something irresistible about a track that doesn't waste time. Twin Wave's "Into The Night" quickly sweeps you up with a finely crafted beat -- a merry percussion paired with the kind [READ ON]
There are many elements of Natalie McCool's "Dig It Out" that make it a perfect pop song to my ears. The lightly finger-picked guitar lines, the delicate build of the first verse with deftly [READ ON]
Given the self-produced roots of his main project, Yellow Ostrich, it's no surprise that the perpetually creating Alex Schaaf went back to making captivating, lo-key music during his down time [READ ON]
Lush instrumentation and woozy, swooning guitars permeate throughout the entirety of Close Talker's great sophomore album Flux. With the kind of pop song construction that would make [READ ON]
Last week of CMJ was like a sleep-deprived, mildly stressful vacation, and I love every second of it. Normally I browse the small venues opting for free to practically free shows, but this [READ ON]
Sinister synths run their hands through the entirety Zola Blood's debut EP, Meridian, but darkness never fully takes a grip due to balancing elements like the v [READ ON]