Dot Dash – Proto Retro

With the issue of their sixth album Proto Retro, Dot Dash reinforce their veteran status as an established player in the alt-rock realm. While...

Art d’Ecco – trespasser

trespasser is the unique and refreshing new project from Art d'Ecco that was conceptualized at a remote cottage dwelling deep in the woods of...

Tombstones In Their Eyes – Nothing Here EP

Tombstones in Their Eyes is a post-rock psych band from Los Angeles with several critically acclaimed releases under its belt. Members include John Treanor (guitar,...

The Trews – Civilianaires

It’s hard not to think of The Trews as anything less than Canadian rock royalty. The band has had numerous top-10 singles, two gold...

CHiCKN – Wowsers!

WOWSERS! is the 2018 sophomore release from Athens’ psych rock band CHiCKN, following the self-titled album in 2016. The jetztzeit rock band formed in...

Tim Muddiman – Domino Blitz

Tim Muddiman’s career in music has become a bit of a paradox. He has worked as Gary Numan’s guitarist for over a decade. He’s...

All Nerve, The Acropolis, and Mom: The Breeders’ whiplash masterpiece – album review

By Jacqueline Howell To preface: I was there. I was twenty years old in 1993. If you weren't, please Nevermind the narrow story you've gleaned...

Blankscreen Century EP review

By Jake Lehman To anyone who says that guitar music is dead in 2018, you haven’t been looking nearly hard enough. Blankscreen are a Toronto-based...

Current Joys – A Different Age

A Different Age sounds like it comes from some other place and time. Just as the album’s title suggests, its qualities do not sound...

Father John Misty – The Chaotic World of Mr. Tillman

From 2004 until now, an oddly gentle-seeming, yet troubled musician and armchair philosopher has been exposing his thoughts and emotions to us all in...

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