Album Review: Foxygen—“Hang”

By Tyson Moll, Feature Photo via Cara Robbins/Pitch Perfect PR Foxygen want you to believe that their fourth album Hang is a “cosmic California death game of highway chicken”; a limbo between life and death. Hang is taking a rather maximalist approach. In this, it departs from the psychedelic-folk of previous albums, such as 2013’s acclaimed We are … Continue reading

Show Review: Temples At Lee’s Palace

Story and Photos By Kalina Nedelcheva Lee’s Palace was a dreamt up transcendental realm, filled with lush harmonies and echoing cords. Temples has seen definite growth in popularity, and with good reason, from the last time they played in Toronto at the Horseshoe. Their new single “Certainty” shared many of the characteristics of Sun Structures, but … Continue reading

Album Review: Thee Oh Sees—“A Weird Exits”

By Kalina Nedelcheva, Feature Photo via Thee Oh Sees A Weird Exits is divergent, yet with strong notes of familiarity. Compared to albums like Drop (2014) and Help (2009), it is a more lethargic compilation inviting you to take a trip on the flip side. Albeit, the universal vibe of psychedelic garage-punk is preserved, and the … Continue reading