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Craig Clemens

October 19, 2018

Brand New Music

MØ | Forever Neverland
A satiating record for fans, in listening to the standout tracks it’s clear that MØ has refined her sound significantly since her 2014 debut. Her distinctive voice and synthesized styling, she presents a painfully honest LP with a complete lack of fear. In many ways Forever Neverland feels less of a sophomore LP and more like a rebirth, a re-imagination of her former self – even if MØ herself doesn’t necessarily feel that she’s grown up all that much.

Empress Of | Us
A journey of rich sonic environments, there’s a careful focus placed on Lorely Rodriguez (aka Empress Of) herself. Much more playful this time around, Rodriguez is as captivating as ever, as she removes some of the rougher edges and produces a more polished, self-assured album. Humanity, love, personal connection are motifs that ring throughout this considerably brighter LP.

Cloud Nothings | Last Building Burning
Recorded over a hectic eight day marathon alongside acclaimed metal producer Randall Dunn, Last Building Burning are absolutely soaked in explosive distortion and their fast-paced caustic elements taken directly from their live shows. This absolutely ferocious album finds them diving headfirst into experimentation, pushing envelopes, finding the ceiling and crashing straight through with a pure, unadulterated energy.

Also out today..

How To Dress Well | The Anteroom

Greta Van Fleet | Anthem of the Peaceful Army

Neneh Cherry | Broken Politics