The Shins: Port of Morrow

Intricately woven, The Shins’ new release, Port Of Morrow, is like the canvas of a cathartic dream. Lucid, colorful and delicate, it strips down inhibitions and holds the listener through a spine-tingling sequence of emotions. Displaying unparalleled songwriting and refined musicianship, this album is the band’s most enticing and poignant
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This Week in Sound: Rancid Returns and Disco Days

This week, Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s will release Rot Gut, Domestic. Although the band was initially categorized as chamber pop, they have been gravitating in an alternative rock direction, so it’ll be interesting to see if they decide to continue this route with their latest release. Aural
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