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Oct 05, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

In the 11 long years since their superlative calling card The Monitor, Patrick Stickles’ band Titus Andronicus have delivered a disparate clutch of albums, from the incredibly ambitious rock opera, 2015’s The Most Lamentable Tragedy to the raging, Bob Mould produced, An Obelisk from 2019.

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Phoebe Green

Lucky Me

Chess Club

Oct 05, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

On this impressive debut, Phoebe Green, who hails from Manchester, England, proves herself to be a songwriter of both style and substance.

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Oct 04, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

Last year’s Showtunes found Kurt Wagner in mail away mode working remotely with a handful of artists. The follow-up Lambchop album finds Wagner with beat maker Twit One, Poliça’s Ryan Olson, and Fog’s Andrew Broder back on board, but the epically titled album also comes with an innumerable cast of collaborators.

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George Riley

Running In Waves

PLZ Make It Ruins

Oct 04, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

A year after George Riley’s debut album/mixtape, interest rates, a tape, established her experimental and free-formed brand of R&B, the West London-native has returned with Running In Waves, an ode to independence and self-trust that is contemplative and expressive.

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Oct 03, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

Pixies were great, huh? With a knack for making music simultaneously disposable, frivolous, and eternally memorable, they were, perhaps, the most influential and important act of their era.

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Björk

Fossora

One Little Independent

Sep 30, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

Fossora—the ungrammatical feminine version of the Latin term for “digger”—finds Icelandic art pop icon Björk’s roots clinging firmly to the earth as she advances her signature wintry avant-pop soundscapes, exploring concerns of identity, mourning, and the longing for connection in an increasingly isolated world.

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Cool It Down

Secretly Canadian

Sep 29, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

Cool It Down is certainly an apt title for Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ fifth studio album.

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Marlon Williams

My Boy

Dead Oceans

Sep 29, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

Once Sharon Van Etten did it, and Angel Olson did it, and even The Cactus Blossoms did it, maybe all rootsy artists were destined to cast aside their sound to make a synthesizer record.

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Sep 28, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

It’s “too late to slow down now” sings Alex Giannascoli on “Mission.” Better known as indie-rock dignitary Alex G, the Philly musician’s creative output feels limitless, certainly, expeditious, with the release of his ninth album, God Save the Animals, in just 12 years.

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