Punk goes country, soft rock gets deep, and No Wave meets Sleater-Kinney.
Hear a "space age turn up," a "William Onyeabor/Can supergroup" and more songs we used words to describe.
Pop gets sad, sexy, and synth. Plus nightmare techno and neo-classical doom.
Justin Vernon returns solo, Orchid Tapes takes two spots, and Tim Hecker drowns Majical Cloudz in a tub of drone.
Plus Jessy Lanza and THOMAS, and stuff that isn't cool weird soul.
The returns of Dan Boeckner and dancehall, separately, in this week's roundup.
Canada really pulled through this week and put out some good music. Listen here.
I know what you're thinking: Can I listen to them? The Answer Will Literally Kill You.
Loud weird metal, jangly folk epics, and maybe just a little bit of religious iconography.
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