Colin Stetson - "New History Warfare Vol. 3: To See More Light"

Colin Stetson is a multi-reed musician from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Stetson dabbles with clarinet, bass clarinet, French horn, flute, and cornet, but mostly known for his use of the bass saxophone. Stetson is a master of his instrument that works mainly in the genre of avant-garde jazz. With such a small audience for free form and experimental music, Colin has found the support of bigger named rock superstars to put him...

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The Black Angels - "Indigo Meadow"

Break out the mescaline and aviators, the lords of neo-psych rock have come back to Earth. Indigo Meadows is a strong return for The Black Angels, erupting onto the scene like a groovy time-machine to the 60's. First some introduction may be necessary to those unfamiliar to Alex Maas and his crew. Hailing from Austin, TX, The Black Angels were formed in 2004 due to mutual appreciation for the finest music of rock's h...

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Bleached - "Ride Your Heart"

Thoroughly enjoyable if a bit slight, Ride Your Heart is the debut LP from Bleached, new home of Mika Miko veterans Jennifer and Jessica Clavin. Like the Dum Dum and Vivian Girls before them, Bleached's primary sound is a reconfiguration of sixties girl group melodies (particularly those of Queens, New York bad girls The Shangri-Las) with lo-fi punk grit. Lovelorn vocals undercut with a hint of nastiness and sweet me...

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The Men - "New Moon"

The Men are moving fast. They exploded onto the scene with 2011's Leave Home, their second LP, and the first that saw wide release. At the time, The Men made rock music that was reduced to its most primal elements. Guitar noise, howls, and a general dearth of hooks left songs sounding as though they could spin apart at any moment, and one of the chief pleasures of that album was the manners in which the songs both fu...

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Rhye - "Woman"

Like any great new band, Rhye got their start amidst a wave of mystery, rumors, and anticipation. hey released two tracks, "Open" and "The Fall," on their Soundcloud page without any information as to who produced the tracks. The music gained near instantaneous attention with a NSFW video for "Open," and the allure of the unknown just added to the appeal. The band later stated that their intention behind the secrecy...

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