My Bloody Valentine tops this week’s charts
Anything in Return leads our return to charts!
Matt Mondanile of Real Estate fame goes through metamorphosis
Il Abanico: Crossing Colors EP Columbian duo brings fun, beauty, and force to our Kansan shores. There’s excellent vocal cooing and great winding, echoing, angular, math-rock styled guitars, and immediate, exciting drum beats. Get down to it if you like good music. (RIYL: Twin Sister, Foals, Dirty Projectors, Bombay Bicycle Club) Think: Columbian rock with dance, experimental arrangements, danceable beats, awesome vocals, and slick percussion REC: 1, 2, 4 FCC: Clean Label: SELF-RELEASED Add Date: November 5, 2012 Alex Applegate reviewed this album on November 26, 2012
Local band Forrester performed three songs at KJHK November 2nd.
Ty Segall makes a late run at the top; Of Montreal are back!
Brilliant full-length restores faith in low-frills songwriting.
Rediscover a Sic Alps who are stronger than ever.
Tame Impala takes the most electoral spins this week.