Adds for 2/24
1. Torche – Restarter (Relapse)
The album kicks off with a heavy barrage of distorted, crunchy guitars and surprises with perfectly harmonizing vocals.
2. Dan Deacon – Gliss Riffer (Domino)
Deacon’s first release in 3 years comes through like a symphony of synths, filled with catchy pop hooks.
3. Future Brown – Future Brown (Warp)
Four producers converge on the debut of Future Brown, ushering a new style of electronic music that combines European club beats with American Rap.
4. Pop Group – Citizen Zombie (Freaks R Us – !K7)
After 35 years, the British post-punk stars have reunited. Luckily, they’ve held on to all of the funky musical elements that made them an inspiration to many young artists in the late 1970s.
5. Screaming Females – Rose Mountain (Don Giovanni)
Don’t let the name of this punk trio fool you. While the lead singer is female, her vocals are strikingly musical and make the perfect compliment to the band’s brash sound.