Temple Invisible: Enter


Temple Invisible combines grimy, glitchy synths and drums with dirty guitars and a soft female lead to create a solid, sci-fi sounding album

Big Little Lions: A Little Frayed, A Little Torn


In a genre full of new artists looking for recognition, Big Little Lions stands out.

Sufjan Stevens: Carrie and Lowell


You may think that after putting out a certain amount of albums that one wouldn’t be able to come up with new, refreshing music.

Modest Mouse: Strangers To Ourselves


Modest Mouse is back with their first album in eight years.

Waxahatchee: Ivy Tripp


Waxahatchee’s southern roots, folk punk sensibilities, and lo-fi recording style makes an unique emotional outlet for her musical talents.

Alex G.: Trick


Alex G. is known for unconventionally haunting vocals, well-crafted lyrics, and lo-fi production value that will impress.

Pokey LaFarge: Something In the Water


A modern exploration of the musical roots that helped shape American Folk music, but with bravado, romance, and a small town, ragtime vibe.

Courtney Barnett: Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit


Your new favorite late-Spring/early-Summer jam.

Matthew E. White: Fresh Blood


“Fresh Blood” is decent with some brilliant moments, but White is capable of much more.

Nick Nicely: Space of a Second

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An enjoyable listen for any college radio listener