MUSIC REVIEWS

Federico Balducci’s The World Forgetting, By the World Forgot (LP)

Federico Balducci’s new album, titled The World Forgetting, By the World Forgot… and inspired by poetry found in Gabriel Don’s Living Without Skin, sees the experimentalist dividing a singular abstract performance in 27 unique movements (“Poème sans titre I-XXVII,” respectively), most of which tend to last between one and two minutes in length. …

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Psychopath Etiquette “Rough Draft” (EP)

Psychopath Etiquette are the Southern Maine-based duo of brothers David and Paul Sprague, with roots in folk and branches in rock which often puts the music in its own class or winds up Americana as of late. The six tracks on their EP – Rough Draft, depict them equally in …

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“Biznasty” (SINGLE ) by The Dream Logic

Wandering around the sound in “Biznasty”, this is the type of groove that feels best when you’re outside. Or it’s the type of big, landscape song that begs to be played loud while rushing down the highway, windows down. The Dream Logic, the power trio behind “Biznasty”, stands alone and …

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“Hurt Me” (Single) by Taylor Colson

Slinky vocal harmonies. An eroticized finger-snapping. Piano keys that ache with the sort of lust entire motion pictures are written around. In her new single “Hurt Me,” singer and songwriter Taylor Colson isn’t concerning herself with keeping up with the biggest trends in the American underground today – she’s too …

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Jonny Porter releases “Look Out” (EP)

Toronto based Jonny Porter brings his multi talents to together on the Look Out EP, and with it comes six great songs to get through the times like only he knows how. And with Porter also comes a story of everything from playing on the road of success to reaching …

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The Nylon Admirals’ new LP Drama

The first couple of seconds that precede the deluge of percussive storming in “Flutter for a Day” are steeped in the warmth of piano keys. The delicate nature of this opening melody is anything but indicative of what The Nylon Admirals’ new LP Drama is truly all about, and yet it …

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