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The Go Team - "Semicircle" Review

The Go Team have for many years been the playground urban rock band that gives out buckets of fun and sass in equal measure. “Semicircle” is their latest album and after moving towards to more structured verse/chorus songs last time out, this see’s a middle ground of that and their previous work which is more freeform evolution of riffs. 517 more words


The Go! Team - 'Mayday'

As a longtime fan of The Go! Team, I’m happy to report that Semicircle is a return to the band’s roots and the sound of their first album  53 more words

EP Review: Belle and Sebastian - How to Solve Our Human Problems (Part 2)

by Kieran Cannon (@kiercannon)

In their younger days, Belle & Sebastian were famously recluse and shrouded in mystery, developing almost to the point of a cult of personality. 503 more words


Phoenix announce Brooklyn residency

Photo by ​David Brendan Hall

Phoenix toured North America heavily behind their fabulous Ti Amo last year, so it’s fair that they’re focusing 2018 on European and Asian concerts. 242 more words


Mad Hawkes wishes she were a better person on new single "Fantasy": Stream

10 Things… is a recurring new music feature in which an artist goes H.A.M. on a particular topic.

Just because Mad Hawkes grew up on the South Bay of Los Angeles, spending her days surfing and chilling in her old VW, doesn’t mean her life has been all sunshine and butterflies. 1,560 more words


Sleigh Bells Gives Us A Playful Perspective Into Mortality In “Favorite Transgressions”

“From the edge of a life in the present tense / I need something that resembles my demons” chants Sleigh Bells’ Alexis Krauss in “Favorite Transgressions.” The video follows clips of Alexis cavorting in the woods, neighborhood, and dying at some point. 161 more words