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Label: Saddle Creek
Released: 2020
Track listing: Pitdown Man; Your Reply; Rare Thing; Detroit Lake; A Secret; Went to LA; Lean; Now That I'm Back; Carry the Zero.


Welcome to Conceptual Beach

Label: Saddle Creek
Released: 2020
Track listing: Faith; Pattern Doubt; (un)knowing; Meditations; Root And Crown; Lark; Magicians.


Article: Album Review

Young Jesus: Welcome to Conceptual Beach

Read "Welcome to Conceptual Beach" reviewed by John Bricker

Once a band has established its sound, two options arise: Stick to your guns and keep giving fans what they know they want or start exploring new artistic territory. Oftentimes, the choice to pursue a new aesthetic can lead to a string of unfocused or messy albums, even if the band's catalogue eventually improves.


Article: Album Review

Frances Quinlan: Likewise

Read "Likewise" reviewed by John Bricker

Frances Quinlan's debut solo album, Likewise, is full of pretty but incomplete production, leaving stunning vocals and lyrics without the backdrop they deserve. Quinlan and her Philadelphia-based band Hop Along have been making waves in the world of indie rock with their excellent songs and intricate instrumentals, culminating in the 2018 masterpiece, Bark Your Head Off, ...


Article: Multiple Reviews

The Grammys' Failure To Recognize 2018's Greatest Rock Records

Read "The Grammys' Failure To Recognize 2018's Greatest Rock Records" reviewed by John Bricker

If an average music fan was asked to judge the quality of rock music in 2018 based only on the Grammys, they would conclude that rock must not be producing quality records although nothing could be further from the truth. On February 10, 2019, the Grammys awarded From The Fires the coveted title of best rock ...


The Whole Thing Is Just There

Label: Saddle Creek
Released: 2018
Track listing: Deterritory; Saganism vs. Buddhism; Fourth Zone of Gaits; Bell; For Nana; Gulf.


Article: Album Review

Young Jesus: The Whole Thing Is Just There

Read "The Whole Thing Is Just There" reviewed by John Bricker

Young Jesus' sophomore release with Nebraska label Saddle Creek, The Whole Thing Is Just There, is an experimental, improvisational and accessible indie rock trip. The Los Angeles-based art rock quartet of singer and guitarist John Rossiter, keyboardist Eric Shevrin, bassist Marcel Borbon and drummer Kern Haug have been releasing music inspired by Rossiter's Chicago post-rock roots ...


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