Matt Squared – Salt Girl Christmas

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Matt Squared, based out of Kalamazoo, MI, is back with a new “holiday original about salting your sidewalk.” This might be the first time I’ve heard a Christmas song that I’d describe as experimental synth pop, and I wouldn’t mind … Continued

Honey Cellar – In Our Time

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  Sometimes sticky-sweet, sometimes achingly nostalgic, Honey Cellar’s debut album In Our Time tastes like your grammy’s prize pie recipe baked by someone else. The production is clean, the timing is tight, each string swell calculated to raise arm hairs. … Continued

Creamboy – Clean Up My Mind

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Hooky Indie, folk, and punk influences collide with a distinct and idiosyncratic storytelling style to create this solid debut album from southern Ohio’s own Creamboy. Theo Backus’ emotionally resonant lyrics (which touch on everything from queer identity to the complicated … Continued

Slow Pulp – Moveys

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By: Kyle Land Hard to believe that Moveys is Slow Pulp’s debut full-length. It seems the dreamy indie rockers have been around forever. Now after three EPs and countless shows they finally have a proper album to show off. While … Continued

Beach Bunny- Honeymoon

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By Brad Miller A wicked rad guided tour of young love in 30 minutes or less! One of Chicago’s best indie rock exports in some time, Beach Bunny gives you everything you want and none of what you don’t. The … Continued