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Add of the Week: Cloud Nothings

Written By Allison Johnson   Cloud Nothings just released their fourth album Here and Nowhere Else via independent Washington D.C. label Carpark Records on April 1, 2014. In Cloud Nothings case, it seems each album is better than their last. Here and Nowhere Else displays progressive instrumentation that is both chaotic and mellifluous, along with poignant lyrics. On “Psychic…

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Add of the Week: Mac DeMarco

Written By Allison Johnson  Mac DeMarco released his second full-length studio album Salad Days April 1st on Brooklyn label Captured Tracks. Fans have been anxiously anticipating a new release since Mac’s debut album 2 came out in 2012. From start to finish, the album demonstrates a melancholic, yet sincere sound that the artist has perfected throughout his…

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Add of the Week: Perfect Pussy

Written by Allison Johnson Syracuse Hardcore band Perfect Pussy just released their debut album Say Yes To Love via Brooklyn based indie label Captured Tracks. Their first release since the 2013 demo i have lost all desire for feeling, Say Yes To Love is a hard hitting revelation of an album, with front woman Meredith Graves earnestly and…

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Add of the Week: Future Islands

North Carolina trio Future Islands has released their highly anticipated new single “Seasons (Waiting On You).” The track will be featured on their upcoming fourth album Singles, set to be released March 25 through 4AD. When asked about the meaning behind the song, vocalist and writer Sam Herring  said it was written “about love, letting go,…

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Add of The Week: The Julie Ruin

  The Julie Ruin’s debut album Run Fast is this week’s top add for a number of reasons, but mainly GRRRL POWER. Members of the band include Bikini Kill front woman Kathleen Hanna, and bassist Kathi Wilcox as well as musicians from other notable bands associated with the Riot grrrl movement like Le Tigre and The…