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Nothing’s Tired of Tomorrow is Deftones for Hipsters

Nothing’s Tired of Tomorrow is Deftones for Hipsters

Nothing – Tired of Tomorrow 13 May 2016 By: Meghan Kearney You may take the above title as an insult, so I might have picked some deceptive bait. I’ll start by saying, I love hipsters. I live in Portland. I might be a hipster. I…

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Ra Ra Riot’s “Need Your Light”- Noisy Indie Dance on a Smorgasbord of the 70s.

Ra Ra Riot’s “Need Your Light”- Noisy Indie Dance on a Smorgasbord of the 70s.

Ra Ra Riot – Need Your Light 19 February 2016 By: Meghan Kearney   It’s been a bit since I’ve fallen in love with a Ra Ra Riot record. Shamefully, about 7 years to be exact. As I write this, I have now listened to Need…

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Wet’s “Don’t You” is 90’s Pop We Know You’ve Been Longing For

Wet’s “Don’t You” is 90’s Pop We Know You’ve Been Longing For

Wet – Don’t You 29 January 2016 By: Meghan Kearney   Three piece Wet from Brooklyn, NY, this week released their debut full length album Don’t You. The trio crafts pop-ballads, with a hint of R&B that doesn’t’ just make you nostalgic for the 90s, it warps…

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Daughter’s “Not To Disappear” Crushes the Sophomore Slump

Daughter’s “Not To Disappear” Crushes the Sophomore Slump

Daughter – Not To Disappear By: Meghan Kearney 15 January 2016 Not To Disappear, the second full length record from English trio, Daughter, is a dark, giant wall of sound. Following up on their 2013 debut If You Leave, this new record is quite the…

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Secretly Rad’s Favorite Albums of 2015

Secretly Rad’s Favorite Albums of 2015

  The 2015 year in music has come to a close and we’ve again put together our top 10 favorite albums of the year. From Pacific Northwest hometown faves, to world music from across the pond, our lists saw almost no overlap and expansive set…

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Grimes ‘Art Angels’ is beautiful, strange pop

Grimes ‘Art Angels’ is beautiful, strange pop

Grimes – Art Angels By: Meghan Kearney 6 November 2015 Grimes’ fourth full-length Art Angels overflows with intense and strange pop tunes. The big teaser release of the “REALiTi” demo earlier in the year left the internet a-buzz. Now, nearing the end of 2015, Art…

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Say Hi – Bleeders Digest

Say Hi – Bleeders Digest

Say Hi – Bleeders Digest By: Meghan Kearney 18 September 2015 Vampires. It’s a storyline that pop-culture has deemed as particularly “cool” over the course of the last decade. But nobody spins the realities of vampirehood quite as “cool” as Eric Elbogen. For Say Hi…

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Blur – The Magic Whip

Blur – The Magic Whip

Blur – The Magic Whip By: David Wexler 3 May 2015   1999 was the last time Blur released an album with the original lineup of Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James & Dave Rowntree. Graham left the band previous to 2003’s Think Tank, so…

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Secretly Rad’s Favo[u]rite Albums of 2014

Secretly Rad’s Favo[u]rite Albums of 2014

It’s been a crazy year for music. Here are some of our team’s favo[u]rites from 2014. We wrote about who we want, how we want, and how many we want. No rules. Tell us your favo[u]rites!

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Shaun’s Favorite Albums of 2014

Shaun’s Favorite Albums of 2014

By: Shaun Spivak Once again, as the year comes to a close, I like to reflect on which albums have held the most weight and resonated with me personally within the past 12 months.  Listening to specific songs, albums and artists calls back memories, both…

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