Reissue! Repackage! Warpaint‘s mesmerising debut gets a little dressing up as we wait for album #2.
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Dum Dum Girls add an extra coat of polish and put on a brave garage-pop face for album number 2.
Energetic indie-rock from LA’s Grouplove but watch out for “the boring half of the record”. Whoops.
Obscurities he called it, but more like a forgotten treasure trove from all chapters of the Stephin Merritt songbook.
Cherry Red, 2011 While the other three members forged on with nary a breath to contemplate what lay behind them, it took the ex-Bauhaus frontman 3 long years to record his first solo album. Here Murphy’s path was a more cautious one, making tentative steps with ex-Japan bassist Mick Karn for their unspectacular avant garde [...]
With our review dispensing superlatives like “timeless” and “classic”, Beirut‘s The Rip Tide is one of the must-listen albums of 2011.
Very unsure about this album, the sixth from past Webcuts pet faves, Okkervil River. I Am Very Far from their best.
Epic post-rock from The Fierce & The Dead on their debut album. Seek it out, post-rock fans.
Pavement reunion done and dusted, Stephen Malkmus and Co. get back to making adult indie rock on album number five.