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Bottle It In by Kurt Vile


Whether it be of the air or of the mind, there’s a certain haziness that hovers nearby this time of year. While some would try to fight it, Kurt Vile — who is no stranger to walking through this pretty daze himself — uses his latest record, Bottle It In, to encourage listeners to float…

Piano & A Microphone 1983 By Prince


As the late artist’s first posthumous release, Piano & A Microphone 1983 intimately encapsulates an entire musical legacy. A look behind the curtain, so to speak, the LP was unveiled by Prince’s estate on Sept. 21 and comes from deep within the artist’s personal archives. Piano & A Microphone 1983 was initially recorded in one…

Burnt Sugar by Gouge Away


Hardcore bands are rarely praised for their range. Albums in the genre are usually a chore to listen to as the songs begin to blend together into one barrage of noise and fury. Some bands even forgo the album format altogether — opting for split EPs, promo tapes and live shows. With Burnt Sugar, Gouge…

Solo Piano III By Chilly Gonzales


It’s been an interesting year for musical egos. From Kanye’s synapse-deteriorating return to Twitter this April, to Paul Simon dropping a tired album earlier this month, as though we’ve actually cared about his work since Graceland, songwriters appear to be as self-assured as they’ve ever been. Unlike Yeezy or Paul, however, Chilly Gonzales — the…

In Another Life by Sandro Perri


This atmospheric experiment in songwriting proves, just a few tracks in, to be an LP not to miss. In Another Life marks a fresh re-entry for the Toronto-based producer Sandro Perri as his first solo release since 2011. The album features an impressive, exploratory trilogy of tracks: “Everybody’s Paris Pt I” builds to “Everybody’s Paris…

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