We were still living in the afterglow of the long weekend, and now it's already Friday. Time is cool occasionally. Here's what we listened to the most during our abbreviated week.
"The eclecticism of its tinkered sound is handled with aptitude that would satisfy Robert Palmer, in how the relative accessibility retains the fogginess of their original dour vessel."
"The original London On Da Track beat on Boosie's "G Mix" is a janky remake, but Boosie delivers on his promise in-song to be 'One of the few you could believe what they told ya.'"
"...marries spitfire vocals with a looming, funereal bounce, the sound of the last person limping off the dance floor."
"...a leftover from Sea When Absent, one of the most texturally adventurous pop albums of the year."
"[From] Calgarian Jean-Sebastien Audet's new LP of fried lo-fi post-punk."