It’s possible the best way to describe the new Battles album is to simply state that it sounds like Battles.
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Hannah Lew (of Grass Widows) and crew has rolled out the amplifiers on Cold Beat‘s new LP, Into The Air.
If Holy Fire was Foals dipping their collective toes into radio-friendly rock-n-roll, their new album, What Went Down, is them