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Dr. Joy: Dr. Joy – “beautifully assured and undoubtedly mind-bending”

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Amyl and The Sniffers: Comfort To Me – “turning up the aggression and doubling the speed”

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Sofa: Source Crossfire – “a retrospective that covers all bases”

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Low: HEY WHAT – “turbulence and tormented beauty”

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Slant: 1집 – “a fly kick to the face”

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Hüsker Dü: Flip Your Wig – “a blistering goodbye to their hardcore roots”

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The Bug: Fire – “the sound of now”

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XIMES: POLYHEX 2: Hallelujah Anyway – “New World psychedelia”

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Clara Engel: Dressed in Borrowed Light – “a serene journey”

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Deafheaven: Infinite Granite – “a band at their most self-effacing”

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Lingua Ignota: SINNER GET READY – “devastating emotional burden”

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Polexia: Immolation EP – “malice-hearted noise”

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Fading Tapes: Cartographer – “haunting compositions”

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Moin: Moot! – “a record inspired by escapism”

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Eleventh Dream Day: Since Grazed – “an important chapter to the story”

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Alexis Marshall: House of Lull . House of When – “nihilistic portraits”

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Daniel Avery: Together in Static – “a glittery journey through space”

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The Martha’s Vineyard Ferries: Suns Out Guns Out – “wicked concoctions of outlaw rock”

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Birds Of Maya: Valdez – “we need more bands like them”

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Sleater-Kinney: Path of Wellness – “a fork in the road”