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May 22, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

Perhaps the most divisive quality of The Lemon Twigs, the singular invention of Long Island brothers Michael and Brian D’Addario, is that their aesthetic doesn’t so much nod reverentially to the past as permanently reside there.


May 21, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

For the uninitiated, Obsessed leader Scott “Wino” Weinrich is one of the architects and pioneers of what’s now called doom metal.


May 20, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

Under his moniker Amen Dunes, Damon McMahon’s music is ever-changing. Even at its most accessible, his work is existentialist, mercurial, and layered.


May 17, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

Beth Gibbons’ Lives Outgrown is a weary but resolute dispatch from the back half of existence.




Crumb Records

May 16, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

AMAMA, the new record from New York collective Crumb, is another beguiling chunk of spacey psych-pop, a continuation of their playful experimentation with genre and the possibilities of sound.




Fat Possum

May 15, 2024 Music Issue #72 - The ‘90s Issue with The Cardigans and Thurston Moore

Dehd’s excellent and playlist-worthy single “Bad Love” (from their 2022 album, Blue Skies) had a surf-punk vibe, but the band’s new album, Poetry, largely eliminates the punk in favor of the more relaxed breezy twang of surf.


May 15, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

By now, fans should know exactly what to expect from any new Paranoid Style album and this one, their first since 2022’s For Executive Meeting (and fourth overall full-length since their 2016 debut LP, Rolling Disclosure), is no exception.




Ed Banger/Because

May 14, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

Don’t be fooled by the title: Hyperdrama is the most calm and organized Justice have ever been.


May 13, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

Los Angeles indie stalwarts Local Natives have long been admired for their rich vocal tapestries and elegant arrangements.