ALBUM REVIEWS

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Bon Iver: i

Newcomers to Justin’s music may find its fluid movement and timider qualities less exciting than starting on one of the prior three LPs, but it’s still maybe the most rewarding, careful sit of the entire batch, with enough space and instrumental flourish to make even the most tepid track never remotely close to uninteresting.

Ty Segall: First Taste

First Taste appears to be Segall's most earnest and unfamiliar work in a long time. He experiments with tone, distortion, expanding his style far beyond the confinements of "garage rock."

Florist: Emily Alone

“What is my place in this world?” asks Florist’s Emily Sprague a minute into a record which,...

INTERVIEWS

Bleached Meets: Auckland’s rising star BENEE

BENEE (pronounced Benny) is a 19-year-old musician from Auckland, New Zealand. Source: Instagram / @benemusicc

Bleached Catches Up With: SADSUN

SADSUN, via The Prelude Press In today's interview, Bleached had the opportunity to catch up with Electro-Pop duo,...

Bleached Meets: indie-folk artist, Vraell

In this edition of "Bleached Meets" I had the opportunity to speak with upcoming Indie artist: Vraell....

NEW MUSIC: FEATURING SONGS BY TAME IMPALA, STELLA DONNELLY & VAMPIRE WEEKEND.

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