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March 20, 2017

‘Two O’Clock Courage’ Is Only a Quarter to Noir (Short Ends and Leader)

This is a solid minor crime lark that tips its fedora to basic noir tropes.

Craig Finn: We All Want the Same Things (Review)

Craig Finn’s new album continues to differentiate his solo material from the Hold Steady, but without Tad Kubler’s guitar heroics as a buffer, his lyrics can be pretty harrowing.

Anjou: Epithymía (Review)

Epithymía is ambient music at its grandest scale, molding a sense of sublime wonder through its six tracks.

Mostly Other People Do the Killing: Loafer’s Hollow (Review)

For their latest avant rendering of jazz and culture in a broader sense, MOPDTK take on trad jazz in a decidedly non-traditional manner, using literary titans from Pynchon to Joyce to Vonnegut as source material.

This Will Be the Last Time You Hear from Me: John Darnielle’s Universal Harvester (Review)

Universal Harvester won’t shock you or stay with you for a long time, but like most found footage movies, it’ll keep you on the edge of your seat along the way.

Los Campesinos!: Sick Scenes (Review)

The British indie pop collective are still going strong ten years after their debut album. Their latest shows the remarkable consistency of their songcraft.

Natalie Hemby: Puxico (Review)

In the case of Natalie Hemby, she takes an old trope in dedicating an album to a small town and making it new again, all by her own means.