Unknown Mortal Orchestra: Multi-Love

Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Los Angeles - Following each of their two full-length releases, Unknown Mortal Orchestra gained an uptick in attention from places far outside of their psych-pop niche; with Multi-Love, the band yet again adjusts the formula, eschewing much of the guitar heroics heard on Unknown Mortal Orchestra and II in favor of the hot-and-sweaty sounds of vintage

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Yip Deceiver at Austin’s Mohawk

Yip Deceiver live

Austin - Yip Deceiver doesn’t have much star power…yet. Even piggybacking off their status as Of Montreal alumni.  Last year’s debut record Medallius was no instant breakout, good as it was. So, maybe those in attendance at their set at the Mohawk one night last week will be able to look back as that time they

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Album Review: Matthew Dear, Beams


In nine years, Matthew Dear has shown many incarnations, from DJ to producer to pop artist, but it wasn’t until his latest release that the co-founder of both Ghostly International and its offshoot Spectral Sound revealed the most important person of all: himself. The title Beams can have double meaning here, standing for either a

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