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Hunter Hunt-Hendrix by Tobias Carroll
Hunter Hunt-Hendrix 1

Guillaume de Machaut meets Bone Thugs-N-Harmony through black metal.

Frederick Michael St. Jude by Gary Canino
Frederick Michael St Jude 1

Reflecting on a lost, post-apocalyptic, maximalist masterpiece of a concept album.

Serpentina Satélite’s Nothing to Say by Eric Schneider
Serpentina 2 Copy Body

The soothing Andean panpipe and the plaintive folk tune “El Condor Pasa”—these are the stereotypes associated with Peruvian music culture—stereotypes that the Lima–based ensemble Serpentina Satélite crushes with a weighty psychedelic attack. 

Crime in Choir’s Trumpery Métier by Andrew Leland
Trumpery Metier

Crime in Choir’s third album, Trumpery Métier—an English/French combo-phrase meaning something like “pointless trade”—is a triumphant, prog-soaked instrumental rock album by five highly stoned and proficient musicians from San Francisco.

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