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Craig Clemens

February 01, 2019

Brand New Music

Girlpool | What Chaos Is Imaginary

Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad have created their most cinematic piece to date. Still radically open, invigorating and tender, Girlpools evolution has only accelerated from their debut EP in 2014. Once more, the duo have created a world that extending ever deeper and louder. This is a fuzzy, driven offering that is laced with haunting harmonies and a sort of lyrical wisdom that is far beyond their years.

Cherry Glazerr | Stuffed & Ready

This is certainly not Cherry Glazerr’s most upbeat moment. Steeped in heavy, lurching grunge riffs and oozing with Caroline Creevy’s signature irreverence, they’ve focused their energy and sound into a crystalline and blazingly honest record that feels intimate and broad-reaching.

Beirut | Gallipoli

Finally seemingly rediscovering what made Beirut so engaging, Zack Condon, has again combined his unique brand of indie-folk and world music elements, creating a work of somber beauty. Romantic, inventive, bold and emotionally open, Gallipoli is a summation of exactly how Beirut have made their own way in these past 15 years. And it’s that ear for the culturally evocative that sets a familiarly elegant tone for the album.

Also out today

Boy Harsher | Careful

Broods | Don’t Feed the Pop Moster

Tiny Ruins | Olympic Girls