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Jeffrey Lewis
It's The Ones Who've Cracked That The Light Shines Through

Jeffrey Lewis is a mad dude from New York who sings insane gibbering lyrics ina folky style. Like his other records you'll either love him or hate him. Me... I fall into the latter though I can handle the odd song by him. Him got a new CD out now on thar Rough Trade. If you like crazy men singin...view item »

Jeffrey Lewis
Works By Tuli Kupferberg (1923​-​2010)

What is he up to now? Well, Jeffrey Lewis has been putting on a tribute concert for Tuli Kupferberg (Fugs) every year since the latter's death in 2010. He keeps meaning to get round to recording an album of Kupferberg songs and at last he's done it including some unreleased poems he's set to m...view item »

Screaming Females
All At Once

Screaming Females are still screaming! This is their seventh full-length LP to date, and it certainly is full-length, stretching over two LPs in the vinyl edition. All At Once brings in additional instrumentatio...view item »

Bat Fangs
Bat Fangs

Ex Hex’s Betsy Wright and Flesh Wound’s Laura King come unite under the banner of Bat Fangs for this LP. The resulting sound finds a pleasing midpoint between the former’s grunge-pop tendencies and the garage-y tub-thumping of King. Tracks like ‘Wolfbite’ are fun re...view item »

Moor Mother
Moor x Jewelry: Crime Waves

Two of Philadelphia’s finest producers, Moor Mother and Mental Jewelry, team up for a collaborative EP. The resultant Moor x Jewelery: Crime Waves is dense and heavy with samples, cracked-up beats and all sorts of other special sounds, bound together by powerful lyrics dealing with racist violence...view item »

Aye Nako
Silver Haze

Based in New York City, Aye Nako has released a twelve-track full length entitled ‘Silver Haze’. This is their second full length record and contains a clever mix of rock and indie throughout the spine of the tracks, but with elements of grunge and e...view item »

Priests
Bodies And Control And Money And Power

On their most recent release, The Priests seem to have wholly abandoned the operatic inspirational balladry that characterized their earlier recordings in favor of noisy, angular punk rock. The MP3s don't come with liner notes, but I don't think that's even Reverend David, Reverend Eugene, or Reverend Martin sin...view item »

Sex Stains
Sex Stains

This horribly named quartet feature members of luminaries such as Bratmobile and Warpaint and they seem to exist purely to bring scratty pop punk back from the late '70s or wherever it was last left. They aim to provide thought provoking punk welded to infectious rhythms that you can dance to and they are v...view item »

California X
Nights In The Dark

After last years impressive grunge influenced debut, California X return with grubby 1980s thrash and alt-rock reworked with catchier melodies and dense guitar layers. Head-nodding teen angst is great, but by blending a diverse range of influences from small scenes they create something original enough to stand outside all those...view item »

Laura Stevenson
Wheel

Third album from Long Island singer / songwriter Laura Stevenson. Cutting her teeth as a keyboard player in Jeff Rosenstock's Bomb The Music Industry! Stevenson has since gone on to write and perform her own songs. Her talent for music is undoubtably genetic. Her grandmother was a successful jazz singer and her grandfather a composer who wrote, ...view item »

California X
California X

Ah, this is blasting away the cobwebs. California X, confusingly actually from Amherst, Mass, rocking out with eight perfectly formed slabs of grungey power-pop with Dinosaur Jr riffs aplenty and a crisp hard-rocking early Foos feel with a bombastic, chunky delive...view item »

Byrds of Paradise
Teenage Symphonies

You can't spell your band name like that, guyz! Been done like. However, I, Judge of All That is Right and Good in the World, will let you off because I'm finding that your record's quite tasty. It's definitely one of the finest examples of scuzzy, super lo-fi garage noise-pop that I've heard in a long time, effortlessly evoking many a classic b...view item »

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