Wednesday’s Belated Album Release Show

Music admin November 10, 2020

Wednesday's debut LP came out this February and was an excellent AOTY contender. Unfortunately, the COVID pandemic has made promoting music extremely difficult, and the record had trouble with it's release. Finally now, Wednesday are ready to give their album the release show it deserves on November 13th, via live stream.

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Interview: Gulfer Really Feel Like Themselves

Music admin November 10, 2020

Gulfer meld together a melodic but mathy rock with the gripping wail of emo punk, and on their self-titled LP they draw in other influences: the shimmering, distant production aesthetics of shoegaze and the bright electronics they dabbled with on their 2018 record 'Dog Bless'. Jordan spoke to the band about their new record and band life in 2020.

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The Alt Weekly Roundup (11/9)

Music The Editor November 9, 2020

A sugary new EP from Arlen Gun Club, a dynamic new ManDancing song, and a shimmering new track from Bleach Lab were among our staff's favorites from last week. Check out all five new songs that we deem 'must-hear':

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The Alt Weekly Roundup (11/2)

Music The Editor November 2, 2020

A balmy new album from Terry vs. Tori, the climactic new Seahaven single, and a rewarding split between d.c.r. pollock and derek ted were among our staff's favorites from last week. Check out all eight new releases that we deem 'must-hear':

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It Holds Up: Foxing – ‘Dealer’

Music The Editor October 30, 2020

Released in 2015, Foxing's Dealer is marked by zeal and vigor, which is noticeable in the variety of instrumentals they incorporate as well as the effort they put into not relying on cliches or anything trite in their songwriting. In this, Bineet reflects on what makes the album so special.

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It Holds Up: Basement – ‘Colourmeinkindness’

Music admin October 29, 2020

On October 23, 2012, one of the most highly regarded prospects of the UK pop-punk scene, Basement, released Colourmeinkindness. Despite the band's surprising hiatus, the record cemented Basement's status as a foundational band to that current wave of grungey emo. Now, over 8 years later, Colourmeinkindess still holds up.

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