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Nobody ever expected UK Metalcore giants Architects to release another album. Once Tom Searle, the acclaimed heartbeat of the band, passed away in 2016 it was hard to imagine them carrying on.
Following a discography that throws you into the depths of a murky swamp, Axis: Sova‘s third full-length album, Shampoo You, shapes the nostalgic sound of dirty punk music into a unique and rather cleansing experience.
With Tim Hecker's most recent release, the beauty of woodwinds and strings fading in and out of a pulsing synth provides all the depth needed for him to withdraw into simplicity. Our review of 'Konoyo'.
Promising to urge you out of your seat, the track's surging, shadowy keys layered over a choppy, light rhythm exists as an almost flawless formula for a catchy single. Listen to 'Graceland' by Das Body.
Melting the icy remnants of the past, Blue Hour, the second full-length from Los-Angeles based duo Ruby Haunt, is an album that does exactly what you need it to.
Never shy of a soothing melody, Julia Holter releases her second single in anticipation of Aviary. 'Words I Heard' can be labeled as an ideal autumn anthem, beginning with a showcase of orchestral talent and resolving into a warm blanket for the soul.