Review: Haley Heynderickx — ‘I Need to Start a Garden’

On I Need to Start a Garden, Heynderickx landscapes a well-intended collection of songs with an impeccable ear for nuance and discovery. Her intuitive prose blooms around a gorgeous partner in sound. Whether heard as spring’s buds peek or near autumn’s gasp for chlorophyll, Heynderickx has summoned it all with a cyclical lure.

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PREMIERE: NAVVI Release “Possibilities,” Fourth and Final Single Off Sophomore Record ‘Ultra’

In just a few short years, Seattle indie-electronic duo NAVVI have carved out a lane all their own in the world of regionally-sourced underground pop music, side-stepping the familiar and passé of more predictable modern synth-driven dream pop and injecting it with a syringe full of lush soundscapes and the most body-numbing downers money can buy.

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Review: Glorybots — ‘Dark Alien Pop’

What is an epic psych rock journey without an anthem ready closer? “World Of Curls” rounds out this cerebral alien adventure with the most structured and linear song on the album. The song seems to fade out just as mysteriously as it began. The whole album in fact goes by in a seemingly instant flash of intricate catchiness, wholesome new wave pop and extra terrestrial presence.

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