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Kveikur

Sigur Rós
XL

That the term “muscular” can be applied to any release by Sigur Rós reveals a profound shift in their musical lexicon.

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Blaze of Glory

Marshall Chapman
TALLGIRL

After releasing her previous album, 2010’s acclaimed Big Lonesome, which paid tribute to her friendship with the late, great Louisville singer-songwriter Tim Krekel, legendary Na

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Among the Grey

Cheyenne Mize
YEP ROC

For locally based Cheyenne Mize, her travels with music over the past decade are starting to pay off.

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Tomorrow’s Harvest

Boards of Canada
WARP
Boards of Canada revel in a retro-futuristic vision that could be easily set to score any number of ’80s sci-fi movies.
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Blood Drive

ASG
RELAPSE
As groups inspired by Black Sabbath go, ASG have always been one of the most inspired. Their secret weapon lies in the powerful pipes of singer/guitarist Jason Shi.
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...Like Clockwork

Queens of the Stone Age
MATADOR

It’s ironic that Queens of the Stone Age opted to name their newest …Like Clockwork, given the six years between albums and the comparatively prog-y leanings found herein.

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Pokey LaFarge

Pokey LaFarge
THIRD MAN

Pokey LaFarge is a solid Midwestern name.

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Cold Spring Fault Less Youth represents a serious sonic expansion for a duo once labeled as “post-dubstep.” Live instrumentation and vocals provide depth and warmth not see

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Invisible House

Liberation Prophecy
CALVIN CYCLE COLLECTIVE

Take eight of Louisville’s best musicians, place them in service to the unifying vision of saxophonist Jacob Duncan, and you have Liberation Prophecy, whose second album is marvelously eclect

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gloriouSOUNDS

Sno.
SELF-RELEASED
As part two of a planned trilogy called “Evolution,” the Indiana emcee’s latest falls a bit short of that title.