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Melvin Van Peebles – Ain’t Supposed to Die a Natural Death (1970)

Melvin Van Peebles – Ain’t Supposed to Die a Natural Death (1970)

Well, if this isn’t one of oddest albums I’ve ever stumbled upon. After some research I found out that Van...

Slowdive – Slowdive (2017)

In the early 90s, Slowdive changed the face of alternative music. With their hazy, Cure-influenced dreamscapes, Slowdive helped influence an...

Avec le Soleil Sortant de sa Bouche – Pas Pire Pop, I Love You So Much (2017)

With their sophomore LP, this Montreal based kraut-funk group have packed quite a punch. The album consists of just three tracks,...

John Fahey – Great Santa Barbara Oil Slick (2004)

John Fahey – Great Santa Barbara Oil Slick (2004)

In my opinion, every aspiring guitarist should listen to John Fahey. His folksy, finger-picking guitar playing is one of the...

Foxygen – Hang (2017)

Foxygen – Hang (2017)

If you took the glossiness of 70’s glam rock, mixed it with a Beach Boys-esque “wall of sound” and an...

Tim Buckley – Dream Letter (1968)

Tim Buckley – Dream Letter (1968)

Tim Buckley was certainly one of the most unique, powerful artists to come out of the 60’s folk movement. His songwriting,...

Beach Boys – 20/20 (1969)

Beach Boys – 20/20 (1969)

Beach Boys – 20/20 If The Beatles are a story of glory, success and achieving the the ultimate as musicians, The...

Built to Spill – Perfect From Now On (1997)

Built to Spill – Perfect From Now On (1997)

In the echelons of indie rock, Perfect From Now On is somewhere near the summit. A quintessential indie rock record, it stands...

Nicolas Jaar – Space Is Only Noise (2011)

Nicolas Jaar – Space Is Only Noise (2011)

Space Is Only Noise is gorgeous. Certainly one of the cooler albums I’ve stumbled upon this year, it can be best described...

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Multi-Love (2015)

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Multi-Love (2015)

Unknown Mortal Orchestra are one of the few modern bands that I find weighed down by the label of “indie rock”....