Stream Haircut’s Sensation EP

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Haircut-SensationHaircut are a DIY punk band from Charlottesville and Richmond, Virginia, and they fucking rule. Over the past few years, I’ve seen Haircut play a whole ton of house shows. They were good when they started. They’re great now. Since releasing their debut EP Shutting Down in 2017, Haircut have only grown more … More »

Sheena Ozzella, Anika Pyle, & Augusta Koch Release Debut Simple Pleasures EP

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Sheena Ozella (of Lemuria), Anika Pyle (of Katie Ellen, Chumped), and Augusta Koch (of Gladie, Cayetana) have teamed up as a trio known as Sheena, Anika, and Augusta for a new EP called Simple Pleasures. The three of them are already pretty great on their own, so naturally that means they’re pretty great together. The … More »

Stream Post Malone’s New Album Hollywood’s Bleeding

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Post Malone - Hollywood's BleedingPost Malone has spent the last few months gearing up to release his third album — and boy, has he made that rollout fun! … More »

Stream IDK’s Guest-Heavy Debut Album Is He Real?

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IDK - Is He Real?Maryland rapper IDK, fka Jay IDK, has just released his debut album Is He Real? This is likely a noteworthy development for you regardless of your prior experience with IDK — whose name stands for Ignorantly Delivering Knowledge — because he has recruited some extremely noteworthy collaborators for the project. James Blake, Pusha-T, DMX, Burna … More »

Stream Shoreline Mafia’s Party Pack, Vol. 2

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Shoreline-Mafia-Party-Pack-Vol-2In the past two years, the young LA rap group Shoreline Mafia have emerged as cult heroes in their hometown and up and down the West Coast. They make defiantly ignorant party-music, but they do it with a completely flat affect, as if they couldn’t possibly care any less about what they’re doing while they’re … More »

Stream Strangepride’s Debut Album We’ll Take It From Here

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StrangeprideStrangepride is a Brooklyn-based trio made up of Anthony Tinnirella, Dan Frelly, and Rob Hellyer. Though Tinnirella and Frelly also play in Katie Ellen — which Anika Pyle and Frelly formed after their old band Chumped broke up — they’ve also been building Strangepride up over the last several years. Amidst gigging in New York … More »

Stream Eyes Of The Lord’s Debut Album Misery Feels Like Home

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Eyes-Of-The-Lord-Misery-Feels-Like-HomeBruce LePage used to be the frontman for the Connecticut band 100 Demons, whose 2000 album In The Eyes Of The Lord was a landmark of metallic hardcore. 100 Demons are apparently still going, but LePage isn’t in the band anymore. Instead, these days, LePage is leading a newer band called Eyes Of The Lord, … More »

Stream The Alchemist’s New Album Yacht Rock 2

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The-Alchemist-Yacht-Rock-2Veteran rap producer the Alchemist has been making beats since the early ’90s, when he was in a group with Scott Caan. Over the decades, the Alchemist has made absolutely immortal tracks with people like Mobb Deep and Jadakiss, and he’s lately established himself at the forefront of the stoner-rap underground. Just in the past … More »

Stream Future Teens’ New Album Breakup Season

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Just like their name implies, the Boston band Future Teens find themselves caught in a state of perpetual adolescence. Breakup Season, their sophomore album, is filled with songs about being deeply in love and then falling out of it, hard and indiscriminately. The band enjoy mimicking their inspirations, from organizing an entire Carly Rae Jepsen … More »

Stream Portrayal Of Guilt’s New EP Suffering Is A Gift

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Portrayal-Of-Guilt-Suffering-Is-A-GiftLast year, the Texan hardcore band Portrayal Of Guilt released the raw, ferocious, genuinely astonishing debut album Let Pain Be Your Guide. On that album, Portrayal Of Guilt turned late-’90s screamo dynamics into a straight-up battering ram, playing them with death-metal levels of precision and brutality. And if anything, they’ve increased their ferocious … More »