Tag: lo-fi indie

Angel Olsen – ‘Phases’ (album review)

Angel Olsen – ‘Phases’ (album review)

Phases by Angel Olsen Angel Olsen is one of the most compelling songwriters and performers in the world. Her lyrics can be heart-wrenching, surreal, or frantic, and her voice always suits her words. Whether it’s her frenetic screaming on “Shut Up Kiss Me” or the brooding “White Fire”, Olsen crafts her music perfectly, which is why it is a bit […]

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Melodic Tonic, vol. 11

Melodic Tonic, vol. 11

Happy Monday! If today’s collection of melodic singles had a theme, it would be “beards and ballads.”  Hold onto your proverbial hat, because this first tune will get you moving! Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats – S.O.B. Music that moves you from your head to your toes: that’s the easiest way to describe the sounds of soulful Colorado band Nathaniel […]

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Melodic Tonic, vol. 8

Melodic Tonic, vol. 8

Happy Monday from under this pile of new music I’ve been swimming in the last few weeks! Summer is one of our busiest seasons here at The Revue, thanks to festivals nearly every weekend. While we aren’t complaining about seeing so much live music, it cuts into the time we can spend exploring new recorded music. That’s why this week’s Melodic Tonic includes […]

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Prinzhorn Dance School – “Home Economics”

Prinzhorn Dance School – “Home Economics”

The xx may get all the buzz as the group that made minimalist, avant-garde pop music popular, but roughly around the same time Prinzhorn Dance School was formed. Granted, unlike The xx who created hypnotic, haunting, electronic bass-driven music, Prinzhorn Dance School leaned more towards experimental pop akin to bands like Dirty Projectors and Deerhoof. However, on their third album, […]

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