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All posts by Chelsea Conte

The Drums

Album Review: The Drums – Abysmal Thoughts

There are those bands that nest their way into your brain just to rear their heads out when the pools are cool and the sun is hot. If I had to choose a theme song for the start of the [...]

June 26, 2017 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Sharkmuffin – Tsuki

So basically, what happens when you have a rad duo from Brooklyn b/w of the Jersey Shore pair up with an equally great backing band and they hit the road and tour the hell out of themselves? I’m sure you [...]

May 8, 2017 New Music, Reviews
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Album Review: The Fake Boys – I Love My Life When You’re Around

Lowell, Massachusetts’s three piece The Fake Boys did things a little differently this time around. The band had a bunch of songs recorded and ended up needing to press a double album. So they tapped into their fan base setting [...]

January 19, 2017 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: The Regrettes – Feel Your Feelings, Fool!

Are you ready for this? The Regrettes are a Los Angeles based quartet along the lines of Shannon and the Clams meets Hinds crossed with La Luz and Hunx and His Punx made up of ALL TEENAGERS. “Whatever, that’s cool,” [...]

January 9, 2017 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Mannequin Pussy – Romantic

Photo Credit: Scott Troyan Romantic can be defined as “thinking about love and doing and saying things to show you love someone.” But what about when that feeling of romance is gone, what is left? Is romance fleeting? What happens [...]

November 8, 2016 New Music, Reviews

EP Review: Magana – Golden Tongue

Golden Tongue is the quick, delicate, heartbreaking debut EP from Brooklyn’s Jeni Magana. It takes the moodiest elements of Torres, Angel Olsen and Sharon Van Etten knitting them into a collective of dark and punchy tunes. There is a smokiness [...]

November 2, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Gurr – In My Head

Gurr’s undeniable likeability and feisty pep pulse throughout the songs on their debut LP, In My Head. The duo hails from Berlin where they met at school and became the best of friends. Andreya Casablanca and Laura Lee decided to [...]

October 27, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Moon Boy – Moon Boy

With the changing of seasons comes the gradual transformation in mood of the music we indulge in. In the coming season things tend to get dark early, the air smells like wet, crisp leaves and the moon reigns bright across [...]

October 26, 2016 New Music, Reviews
Gabriella Cohen

Album Review: Gabriella Cohen – Full Closure And No Details

So now that it’s fall the leaves are finally starting to change and the weather is slowly growing colder. You decide to leave your scarf hanging up on the hook near the door but grab your worn-in denim jacket because [...]

October 18, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Doe – Some Things Last Longer Than You

London three-piece Doe spit fire with words. On their debut full-length each song packs a punch with snarky lyrics and heated vibes, delivered with feeling by vocalist Nicola Leel. Some Things Last Longer Than You is intense and insanely hooky [...]

October 14, 2016 New Music, Reviews