Stream the new Black Lips album if ya know what’s good for ya! The band seems to live up to grimy and catchy expectations with this new set of tracks, which will be out officially on the 18th of this month. Enjoy!
St. Vincent’s latest full-length is her most experimental yet!
Schoolboy Q might not be an amazing lyricist, and his new album might have a handful of filler hooks, but Oxymoron also shows him riding a variety of beats with an impressive level of precision. Not only that, but a number of tracks here bring back the grit and vulgarity of 90s gangsta rap, and give it a progressive instrumental backdrop.
While Temples’ shows a sincere appreciation for psychedelic pop on their debut album, the band does very little to deliver novel ideas or exciting performances.
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Noise rock outfit White Suns drops a new song and video with “Carrion.” The track delivers the band’s usual blend of dark, tortured poetry and abrasive rock instrumentation. There are loads of loose, twangy guitars and sputtering shots of feedback set against sporadic drums and heavy bass notes.
There’s an incredible explosion of intensity around the halfway point of the song that leads the track to drift off into some spacious, tense rhythms and ear-piercing guitars. White Suns really is reclaiming the noise element of “noise rock,” and they’re doing it in a way that’s eye-wideningly weird, too.
The band’s next album, Totem, is dropping soon via the Flenser.
Check a review for the band’s previous album, Sinews, below: