Comfort to Me

I haven’t been able to stop listening to Comfort to Me – Amyl and the Sniffers’ second LP – since its release a few days ago. I guess this isn’t too hard to believe since my car rides have consisted of a heavy rotation between their self-titled album, the Jonas Brothers, and the same fifteen […]

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Movies night

From Chetumal, Quintana Roo, Mexico comes shoegaze pop trio, Aladin Fox. The band’s latest release was Movies Night (Bonus Tracks) which consists of unreleased demos from their Movies Night EP.  I first became aware of Aladin Fox a few years ago when my cousin and I talked about music. Among all the bands he showed […]

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Los Espookys

A few weeks ago, Eunice unexpectedly sent me a playlist. Okay, I shouldn’t make it sound dramatic; she sends me music quite often, but it’s usually not in the form of a playlist. This particular playlist she sent was named Los Espookys – Soundtrack. I was instantly intrigued. The playlist created by indicemx consists of […]

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Beach Weekend – Hate Drugs

Last Friday, Hate Drugs released a remastered version of their Beach Weekend EP (2016) to celebrate its fifth anniversary. The re-release includes all three original tracks and a bonus song, Without You.  If you’ve heard the original EP, you know that it perfectly encompasses this feeling of nostalgia. The songs create a sense of being […]

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Super Besse – Un Rêve

Super Besse is a post-punk turned coldwave duo from Minsk, Belarus. With their last album Un Rêve (2020), Maksim Kulsha and Aleksandr Sinica combined their original post-punk sound with techno and electronic beats. The shift in sound reflects their interest in electronic music that came before the album’s development. Each song on the album was […]

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Aurora Boreal

Earlier this month, Señor Kino from Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, released their third full-length album Aurora Boreal. The album comes with great anticipation as it was meant to be released more than a year ago but was put on hold because of the pandemic.  With this LP, Señor Kino isn’t completely moving away from their surf-punk […]

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Eliza & The Delusionals

On February 10th, at the House of Blue Las Vegas, Eliza and the Delusionals opened up for Silversun Pickups. Eliza and the Delusionals is an indie rock band from Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Their energy proves to be unmatchable as they delivered one high energy song after another. There was a moment in which they […]

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BRONCHO – Bad Behavior

I know I know, we may be a little late to the game but have y’all heard of BRONCHO? (in all caps don’t forget that its important) I recently just discovered them and have been obsessed with their latest album “Bad Behavior” which came out back in 2018. Now let me tell you, it is […]

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