Album of the Week

Alex G - God Save the Animals

September 23, 2022
[indie rock/folk, neo-psychedelia]

Placing its faith in the healing power of animals and Auto-Tune, God Save the Animals is Alex G's most sonically consistent record An impeccably crafted record with stand outmoments of sharp lyrical simplicity. Swipe to the end of this post for some live footage from a recent concert we attended with standout tracks.

EP of the Week


Other Notable Releases

Death’s Dynamic Shroud: Darklife [glitch pop, vapor, synthpop]

On a new double album, the experimental collective DDS continues its journey from vaporwave toward fractured, maximalist pop music.

Courting - Guitar Music [post-punk, indie rock, noise pop] 

Courting deliver a debut album at the forefront of modern post punk with glitchy, noise pop influenced moments all throughout the tight 30 minute release.

Beth Orton: Weather Alive [art pop, singer-songwriter, sophisti-pop] 

The eighth album from the English songwriter Beth Orton is the best work of her career. Soothing, immersive, and self-produced, it conjures a dreamlike atmosphere with songs that spiral out into the ether.

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