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Articles by Jeremy Zerbe
Stones Throw signees start with a killer buzz but then fade through repetition.
J, Lou, and Murph continue their streak of strong post-reunion albums.
Shoegaze quartet forego a new album in favor of a series of smaller releases.
Ty Segall teams with Charles Moothart and Ex-Cult’s Chris Shaw for yet another fierce guitar rock project.
Canadian indie rockers’ final record features great hooks, but mostly feels lifeless.
Austin trio blend psych rock, proto-metal, prog, and more into one heavy mix.
Leeds post-punk outfit’s latest is barren, lonely, and affecting.
Philadelphia outfit jam together shoegaze and metal without getting to the core of either.
While their contemporaries have changed or fallen away, Montreal-based indie rockers further hone their sound.
Shoegaze legends return with a stunning, if short new record.
Vancouver outfit take on a new, infinitely more astral body.