Tag Archives: Electronic

Review – Pseudoubt – Where Nothing Grows


By: Kaleb Bronson

Enter a world of ambiance, contrasted with intellectual hip-hop and stylistic beat focused rhythms, enter Pseudoubt’s new album, Where Nothing Grows, a collection of electronically charged verses that tickle parts of the mind. Continue reading

Review – Infinite Religions – Harmony


By Rich Horton

It might seem weird that I am reviewing one song, but in the context of Infinite Religions musical project it might make more sense. Part of a series of three releases, if you look it at a basic level. It’s just four songs. But in actuality it’s six songs. Continue reading

Review – Al Church – Next Summer


By Kelsey Simpkins

Walking into the Amsterdam Bar & Hall a few weeks ago, I was convinced that either I had ended up at the wrong venue, someone had forgotten to tell me it was 70’s night, or they had slipped me some real nice drugs. But in reality, none of those things were true; it was just Al Church on stage, performing songs from his latest release, Next Summer. Continue reading

Listen – Bae Tigre – IM A TIGER

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Listen – Tired Tongues – Curse

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Review – Loons in the Attic – EP


By Evan Verploegh

Loons in the Attic is a Minneapolis based rock band that lends their eclectic sound to a variety of sources including spacey jazz, hard rock and even dashes of experimental electronic. The inticing product comes to full fruition in their self titled EP. Continue reading