Speak Into My Good Eye

All posts by Brianne Addison

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Album Review: Anna Altman – Freightliner

Photo Credit: Paloma Arias Jump aboard the boxcar and take a journey through Anna Altman’s LP, Freightliner, a colorful blur of sporadic images and ghostly glitches. The album, guided by Lucia Arias’s rhythmically invigorating vocals, is said to conjure up [...]

May 1, 2017 New Music, Reviews
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Album Review: Sleigh Bells – Jessica Rabbit

It’s been 3 years since Sleigh Bells has come out with a new album. The band’s new work of art, Jessica Rabbit, was mixed by Andrew Dawson (think Kanye West and Tyler, the Creator) and has just been liberated today. [...]

November 11, 2016 New Music, Reviews
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EP Review: Goon – Dusk of Punk

Goon‘s Dusk of Punk is a lo-fi garden, brimming with a plethora of cloudy guitar, elegant cello, dark drums, and smoldering vocals. The album—lovingly spun under an overcast sky—will wrap itself around the pleasure centers in your brain and cause [...]

September 20, 2016 New Music, Reviews
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Album Review: Royal Canoe – Something Got Lost Between Here and the Orbit

Photo Credit: Jaclyn Campanaro Royal Canoe is responsible for the production of Indie/Pop gospel. Their latest LP, Something Got Lost Between Here and the Orbit, is pure instrumental bliss. Through ethereal vocals, heavy drums, trippy basses, jubilant tambourines, and a [...]

September 13, 2016 New Music, Reviews
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Album Review: Os Noctàmbulos – Stranger

Stationed in Paris, the band Os Noctàmbulos- which consists of Baldo (Drums), Coline (Bass), Valentin (Lead Guitar) & Nick (Vox/Rhythm Guitar) -emits a curious energy that encompasses a plethora of psych, surf, and garage. A 60’s vibe, hazy and smooth, [...]

September 9, 2016 New Music, Reviews
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Album Review: Gringo Star – The Sides and in Between

Gringo Star are flavorful astronauts, cutting the cord to the Mothership and riding the haphazard waves of time through the boundless void of space. The Sides and in Between is a tribute to diabolically psychedelic, twangy western, indie rock and [...]

September 8, 2016 New Music, Reviews
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EP Review: The Double Negatives – Visions From A Stranger

Listen to The Double Negatives’ new EP, Visions From A Stranger, and you will not know what to make of it. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, in fact, it really does suit this band. Quirky, intelligent, multi-genre music brought [...]

August 24, 2016 New Music, Reviews
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Album Review: Kindling – Everywhere Else

Everywhere Else is a deliciously hazed out whirlwind of restless yearning or euphoric adventure. As we all struggle to breathe in the hot and extremely humid month of August, Kindling’s debut LP has thrown us a lifeline in the form [...]

August 23, 2016 New Music, Reviews
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EP Review: Stray Eras – Welcome Wolves

Stray Eras crafts music that you can wholeheartedly dig. The latest EP from the project, Welcome Wolves, is akin to a serene, summer morning; gentle, yet prominent, and full of golden promise. Stray Eras’ A.M. Stray, of Oakland, CA, has [...]

July 19, 2016 New Music, Reviews
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Album Review: Joseph Alton Miller – Songs of Travel for the Vagabond

Joseph Alton Miller creates wildly fun, folk-inspired songs soaked in feel-good acoustic guitar. This is the kind of music that begs to be played around a campfire, as a summer sun sets through the trees. Maybe I am biased, because [...]

June 29, 2016 New Music, Reviews