Album of the Week

Let's Eat Grandma - Two Ribbons

April 28, 2022
[synth pop, electropop, dance pop]

A rare album that captures unraveling friendships instead of romantic breakups, Two Ribbons sees the duo taking a step in a more pop oriented direction without abandoning their PC music adjacent explorations.

EP of the Week


Other Notable Releases

Organ Tapes - 唱着那无人问津的歌谣 / Chang Zhe Na Wu Ren Wen Jin De Ge Yao [ambient pop, bedroom pop]

The British-Chinese musician, Organ Tapes, trades the club tropes of previous albums for unadorned guitars and surreal soundscaping that grows with each listen. “An investigation into avant pop, that sounds like a DIY inversion filtered thru the autotuned hypersonix of Ecco2K or Yves Tumor.

HTRK - Death Is a Dream [ambient pop, psych folk]

Death Is a Dream offers an intriguing glimpse behind the veil of HTRK’s incredible 2021 album, Rhinestones, by collecting 10 demos, vignettes, and sketches from the album’s genesis.

Toro y Moi - Mahal [psychedelic soul, neo-psychedelia]

Five years in the making, Toro Y Moi’s seventh studio album is a divine demonstration of genre-blending, funky psychedelic electronic music.

Tomberlin - I Don’t Know Who Needs to Hear This… [singer/songwriter/indie folk]

Sweeter and more inviting than anything she’s done before, the second-full length by Tomberlin takes minimalism to its extreme complimented by down-to-earth songwriting.

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