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Crown Larks

Blood Mirage
Apr - 09 - 15
Riding waves of noise and flashes of color out of a Chicago basement, Crown Larks distill a century of music into a white light explosion of raw energy, embracing the freedom and experimentation of the DIY community they call home without sacrificing the direct appeal of personal lyrics and melody. ...


Osama Obama
Apr - 08 - 15
Six years after their debut LP, Swiss electro-weirdos Larytta return with their sophomore effort Jura—a galvanizing synthesis of essential grooves and effervescent melodies. Founding members Christian Pahud and Guy Meldem spent this down time carefully calibrating their craft to achieve the perfe ...

Evans The Death

Expect Delays
Apr - 07 - 15
Barely out of their teens, London quartet Evans The Death truly nailed it this time around with Expect Delays. Each song on their sophomore album has a different feel to it: some of them are melodic and pretty; some of them heavy and dissonant; and some of them are, to quote guitarist Dan Moss, “a ...

Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers

Future Talk
Apr - 06 - 15
Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers will make a sprightly young groove doctor out of anyone. With energy pulsating from every member of the band, the Rainbow Seekers could illuminate the very chambers of Heaven. Lead singer Joe Hertler splashes through lyrical puddles of golden rain, leaving his audie ...

Bae Tigre

Why Pt. 2
Apr - 03 - 15
Bae Tigre is the brainchild of the hyperlocal, Ranelle Johnson. First of all, "Why Pt. 2" is higher up in the track listing than "Why Pt. 1" on the album titled Memoir of a Happy Drifting Chemical. That's pretty punk. However, this track is cooler than just its placement in the album. Well, maybe "c ...

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