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ALBUM REVIEW: BRIGHT GREEN FIELD BY SQUID

The past few years have seen the release of a variety of post-punk releases ranging in both sounds and influences. This year was especially packed, with releases from bands like Black Country, New Road, and Shame it’s safe to say that a revival of some sort is on the horizon if not here already. Squid’s debut album “Bright Green Field” is definitely a stand out among these numerous albums and has already become one of my favorite albums of the year so far. The mix of noisy energetic tracks and interesting

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ALBUM REVIEW: BRIGHT GREEN FIELD BY SQUID

ALBUM REVIEW: BRIGHT GREEN FIELD BY SQUID

The past few years have seen the release of a variety of post-punk releases ranging in both sounds and influences. This year was especially packed, with releases from bands like Black Country, New Road, and Shame it’s safe to say that a revival of some sort is on the horizon if not here already. Squid’s debut album “Bright Green Field” is definitely a stand out among these numerous albums and has already become one of my favorite albums of the year so far. The mix of noisy energetic tracks and interesting

REVIEW: INSIDE THE CABLE TEMPLE (冀西南林路行) – OMNIPOTENT YOUTH SOCIETY

REVIEW: INSIDE THE CABLE TEMPLE (冀西南林路行) – OMNIPOTENT YOUTH SOCIETY

Released at the very end of 2020. Omnipotent Youth Society’s album has quickly become one of my favorites from this year. Released a full ten years after their debut album in 2010, “Inside The Cable Temple” is one of the most surprising and satisfying listens from 2020. A unique blend of blues, progressive rock, folk, and jazz all being performed by a group of musicians based out of the industrial city of Shijiazhuang, China.