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“Everything is Something (I Never Saw Coming)” by talker

Next month, Los Angeles songwriter talker will release her long-awaited debut album, I’m Telling You The Truth. Part diary and part arena-filling anthemic pop, it’s a vibrant and versatile display from an artist determined to…

Girl and Girl - Call A Doctor album review by David Saxum for Northern Transmissions

8.3

Call A Doctor

Girl and Girl

Girl and Girl’s latest album, Call A Doctor, stands as a testament to the resurgence of garage rock. This record delivers an exhilarating listening experience,…

witchescrew by Lip Filler album review by Tuhin Chakrabarti for Northern Transmissions. The UK band's LP is out today via Chess Club Records

9.5

witchescrew

Lip Filler

Witchescrew is a terse, 720-second EP of delectable outsider indie rock from an erratic ensemble of house-show-thrashing UK ruffians. Equally tempered with a professional music…

The Fool by Young Jesus album review by Greg Walker for Northern Transmissions

8.6

The Fool

Young Jesus

“You think every day’s the same / But it’s new, and it’s brief, and it takes your breath away,” John Rossiter, also known as Young…

Clancy by Twenty One Pilots album review by David Saxum for Northern Transmissions. The duo's full-length is out today via Fueled By Ramen album review by David Saxum for Northern Transmissions. The duo's full-length is available today via Fueled By Ramen

8.2

Clancy

Twenty One Pilots

Twenty One have always been a band known for their depth and musical intensity, and with their latest release, Clancy, they have delivered a fitting conclusion…

Frog in Boiling Water album review by Ethan Rebalkin for Northern Transmissions

10

Frog In Boiling Water

Diiv

In their first album since 2019’s Deceiver, DIIV return with their most meticulously crafted album to date, Frog in Boiling Water. Said to be the…

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Records in my life

Charles R. Cross guests on Records In My Life

In this episode Charles Brownstein – Records in My Life host, sits down with prolific pacific Northwest author Charles R. Cross (Kurt Cobain, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix) to discuss some of his favourite records that…

Charles R. Cross guests on Records In My Life

In this episode Charles Brownstein – Records in My Life host, sits down with prolific pacific Northwest author Charles R. Cross (Kurt Cobain, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix) to discuss some of his favourite records that have inspired his life and writing. Artists and Records referenced by Charles R. Cross on…

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