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Jul 25, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

In conjunction with the great Austin indie-pop band Voxtrot reuniting this year a dozen years after their 2010 dissolution, they are self-releasing several compilations.


Jul 22, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

1996 was a tough year for The Fall.


Jul 21, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

The opening track here, “p much deranged,” gets about 20 seconds of lo-fi “coming to life” lift before its creator wrestles it to the ground and scatters its parts about accompanied by a ceremonial raga-infused musical backdrop.



Raise Hell

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Jul 20, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

Fresh has been one of punk’s best-kept secrets for a few years now, securing their place within England’s world of cheeky and scrappy emo-adjacent pop punk outfits. Think DIY bands like Martha, Muncie Girls, and ME REX, the latter of which shares several members with Fresh. Their supremely underrated sophomore record, Withdraw, saw them landing on a sound that felt akin to a cathartic therapy session, only set to vibrant and bouncing indie punk.


Jul 19, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

On Katy J Pearson’s whimsically titled 2020-released debut album, Return, we found the daydreaming company of a soft and sunlit singer, her warm, fluttering vibrato defining its landscape.




Thirty Tigers

Jul 18, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

After over two decades in the game, Canadian band Metric show absolutely no sign of their artistic fire diminishing.




Dirty Hit

Jul 15, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

So far, it has been hard to predict what is coming next from indie rising star beabadoobee.


Jul 14, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

During the making of Interpol’s seventh album, The Other Side of Make Believe, lead vocalist Paul Banks was grounded for nine months in the Scottish capital, Edinburgh due to the pandemic lockdown.




Double Double Whammy

Jul 13, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

After 2019’s solo release, Emily Alone, Florist leader Emily Sprague invited her band to join her on a month long exploration of sounds—both created and captured.