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The Bobby Kennedy LP

T-Razor
SELF-RELEASED
T-Razor commits a rap cardinal sin on the last song: He actually asks for his headphones to be turned down.
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Glow and Behold

Yuck
FAT POSSUM

Glow and Behold is full of perfectly enjoyable songs.

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The Unrequited

Kaejo
SELF-RELEASED

I love Childish Gambino, Donald Glover’s rap alter-ego.

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Gay Disco

Guerilla Toss
NNA TAPES

The spiritual heirs to Arab On Radar, Guerilla Toss make a gleefully heinous noise that somehow manages to remain catchy despite its best efforts.

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Cupid’s Head

The Field
KOMPAKT

Anyone familiar with the work of Swedish minimal techno producer Axel Willner, aka The Field, could tell you: The man has a formula, but damn, does it work.

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The Adventures of House Ghost

House Ghost
SELF-RELEASED
The girls are on the shore / And we’re watchin’ them shake / In the sun.
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Jula

Spirits of the Red City
COLLECTIBLE

SOTRC offer acoustic pop that relates as equally to traditional bluegrass or folk conceits as it does to indie rock.

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Surrender to the Fantasy

Magik Markers
DRAG CITY

Given the scattershot rock of tracks like “Acts of Desperation,” it makes perfect sense that Magik Markers’ biography cross-references the Shaggs and the Stones — although i

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MMXIII

Cosmonaught
SELF-RELEASED

Cosmonaught is a collaborative effort manipulated by William Ragland. But unlike his thrash band ALL DEAD, this project ensued with no heavy expectations.

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Decisions

The Brandon Coleman Quartet
SELF-RELEASED

Guitarist and recent U of L alumnus Brandon Coleman is joined by Bruno Gafanhoto on drums, Luke McIntosh on bass and Diego Lyra on keyboards, for his first album.