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Blitzen Trapper – VII

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VII is Blitzen Trapper’s strongest album to date, with years of musical experimentation having come together in the band’s own mad-scientist brand of cosmic Americana.

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The Love Language – Ruby Red

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The Love Language steps further away from its lo-fi beginnings on Ruby Red, a restless third album of sonic exploration.

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Treetop Flyers – The Mountain Moves

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More soul than folk and more rock than country, The Mountain Moves is an idyllic debut from a band that has traced its own lively arc through the So-Cal ’70s.

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Sonny and the Sunsets – Antenna to the Afterworld

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Never short of things to say, Smith has written his own sort of space opera, with humor and grace, about searching for what’s real in this world as well as the next.

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Frank Turner – Tape Deck Heart

Frank Turner – Tape Deck Heart

Frank Turner, who once sang “music, it’s my substitute for love”, now turns to music as not only his escape from the tribulations and fallout from heartbreak, but as a type of therapy session.

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The Besnard Lakes – Until in Excess, Imperceptible UFO

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The Besnard Lakes find a musical intensity in contrast, playing songs that are both icy and fiery, ethereal and bombastic, pensive and explosive.

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The Lovely Bad Things – The Late Great Whatever

The Lovely Bad Things – The Late Great Whatever

Driven by a manic, chaotic enthusiasm, Orange County’s The Lovely Bad Things play bash-it-out garage rock that doesn’t skimp on hooks or harmony.

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