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  • Delta Spirit <br/><i>Into the Wide</i>

    Into the Wide, the fourth LP from San Diego soulful folkers sounds nothing like Bon Iver. But like Justin Vernon's opus, on this latest record, you hear a band that has struggled against the chains of genre and has managed to break utterly free. With their roots in classic Americana folk & soul, Delta Spirit have managed to craft a record that incorporates arena ready rock anthems, psychedelic textures, noise rock interludes, and the melancholic drama of classic country. They do all this without once becoming disjointed, and by the end, Into the Wide is handily one of the freshest and most exciting folk rock records of the 2010s.

  • Rubblebucket <br/><i>Survival Sounds</i>

    Brooklyn based modern-indie-dance orchestra, Rubblebucket, is back with their fourth full-length album, Survival Sounds. For their 11 song label debut with Communion Records, the seven piece act has developed their eclectic style into something extraordinary. Their upbeat trippy-trumpet tunes transport the listener into a lovely dream that truly inspires a positive, carefree attitude.

  • Magic Man<br/> <i>Before the Waves</i>

    Magic Man is ready to lighten up to black skinny jean, leather jacket wearing indie rock world with their crisp vocals, prominent keyboards and dance friendly rhythms with their newest album Before the Waves.

  • Michael Cera<br/> <i>true that</i>

    When it was announced that Canadian funnyman Michael Cera had released a self-produced folk record, people were expecting a mediocre vanity project at best. Few thought the record would be listenable, let alone as charming as Cera's understated true that actually turned out.

  • Adult Jazz<br/> <i>Gist Is</i>

    A lot of people have been drawing comparisons between Alt-J and Adult Jazz, and it's easy to see why. Both bands formed in Leeds, both have a lead singer with a high and inaudible voice, and most notably, both make highly experimental music.

  • Twin Peaks<br/> <i>Wild Onion</i>

    If you ask Twin Peaks who their musical influences are, they will tell you bands like The Rolling Stones and The Beach Boys, and it's easy to laugh off the idea that these DIY garage rockers who are not yet old enough to drink legally could actually take on these rock 'n' roll greats.

  • The Gaslight Anthem <br/> <i>Get Hurt</i>

    As stated by The Gaslight Anthem's lead vocalist Brian Fallon, their latest album Get Hurt was hyped to be completely different than anything we had ever done before. He was right, but it may not be for the better.

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