Review – STFU – Yum 1

Upon waking up and putting on STFU’s album Yum 1 I immediately think, okay these guys love Big Black and I dig it heavily. Then the album switches up into something different entirely and I realize I’ve discovered another new album I genuinely enjoy listening to that mixes a variety of influences in an interesting…

Review – Liz Hogg – S/T (Mouca Records)

If there’s one word or genre to describe Liz Hogg’s S/T debut LP it’s clearly experimental. I can safely say I’ve never heard sounds strung together like Hogg does on this record. Some of my favorite moments on the album are when the stranger instruments, sounds, and drones, emerge from occasional strains of traditional indie…

Review – Chernaya Lentochka – Primus

Chernaya Lentochka’s album Primus provides hopeful post-punk energy without feeling overwhelming. Maybe the language barrier is preventing me from hearing the true meaning of these songs, but sonically Primus feels like a positive record. Granted, positive by my standards is Count Vronsky and Anna Karenina’s relationship, so I’m a little biased. I’m admittedly unfamiliar with…

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