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Spirit of the Beehive, “ENTERTAINMENT, DEATH”

The band’s first album for Saddle Creek is a sprawling odyssey of haunting dissonance and blissful euphoria.

April 20, 2021
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Floatie, “Voyage Out”

The “frog rock” quartet’s debut is an unforgettable collection that blurs the lines between math rock, art pop, and jazz.

April 12, 2021
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Pink Siifu & Fly Anakin, “$mokebreak EP”

The pair of emcees sound more in sync than they did on the debut LP, released just six months ago.

April 05, 2021
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Anderson .Paak, “Oxnard”

“Oxnard” isn’t afraid to show admiration for G-funk, and many of its best moments come from the more West Coast–inspired cuts.

November 29, 2018
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Tasha, “Alone at Last”

“Alone at Last” elicits the kind of place that only exists in dreams, a sort of chrysalis from all the chaos surrounding us.

November 02, 2018
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Adrianne Lenker, “abysskiss”

Lenker’s haunting vocal acrobatics will linger with you long after the album is done.

October 15, 2018
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Mutual Benefit, “Thunder Follows the Light”

The end of the world is merely a natural evolution, and “Thunder Follows the Light” is about basking in the calm before the chaos.

September 27, 2018
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Mac Miller, “Swimming”

Mac Miller has been open about his struggles in the past, and “Swimming” is rooted in trying to find a way to stay afloat.

August 08, 2018
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Phantastic Ferniture, “Phantastic Ferniture”

A collection of unfussy, straightforward, mid-tempo rockers that revel in their uniformity.

July 26, 2018