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  • Shake the Feeling: B-Sides & Rarities 2015–2021 surveys the sound surrounding Iceage’s last three albums, Plowing Into the Field of Love, Beyondless and Seek Shelter A study in the powerful song form and raw execution that have defined the Danish band as rock 'n’ roll’s saviors, this essential collection digs deep into...
  • Arp, aka Alexis Georgopoulos, makes his anticipated return to Mexican Summer with the second chapter in his ZEBRA trilogy New Pleasures advances the narrative begun with 2018's acclaimed ZEBRA; pastoral in mood, expansive in style, the record acted as a dawn on a nascent, Edenic landscape, reminiscent of a beautiful, long-lost...
  • Sergio Sayeg (aka Sessa) has always been entranced by what he calls “the mess” of music: the accidental, tortuous nature of it, a path on which musicians and audiences alike can attain a higher purpose A love supreme, if you will While Sessa’s 2019 debut Grandeza explored the corporeal pleasures and gentle drunkenness of...
  • Pompeii, Cate Le Bon’s sixth full-length studio album and the follow up to 2019’s Mercury-nominated Reward, bears a storied title summoning apocalypse, but the metaphor eclipses any “dissection of immediacy,” says Le Bon Not to downplay her nod to disorientation induced by double catastrophe — global pandemic plus...
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    Jassbusters Two is the second installment of the soundtrack to Bost’n ‘n’ Dobs’n, the daytime TV miniseries created by Connan Mockasin Recorded at Gary’s Electric Studio in Brooklyn, New York, Mockasin and his band of imagined music teachers (Nicholas Harsant on bass, Matthew Eccles on drums, and Rory McCarthy, aka...
  • Nearly everything written about Tonstartssbandht opens with a running tally of the Orlando-based brothers Andy and Edwin White’s recorded output, which adds up to 18 albums with the release of Petunia Numbers, however, don’t adequately describe their latest LP’s place in a sprawling discography that spans 14 years and a...
  • Brooklyn-born and based experimentalist and multi-instrumentalist Taja Cheek, aka L’Rain, is mapping the enormity of how to change Her forthcoming second album, Fatigue, demands introspection from ready ears with an array of keyboards, synths, and hauntingly delicate vocals that create a genre entirely her own Cheek has dipped...
  • A decade on from their first record, Iceage continue to harness their lives together through music This journey, in music and life, has never progressed in a linear fashion Seek Shelter — Iceage’s fifth LP and first for Mexican Summer — is proof that their lives are still happening through their music, and that they remain...
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    Originally released as a digital only download on Bandcamp in March 2020 to raise funds for New York City Food Bank at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, On Hold is a series of 10 pieces derived entirely from call waiting music Recorded through the phone and manipulated to achieve a wider enveloping soundscape to both ease and...

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