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LUC Should Be On Repeat On Your Next Playlist With Album Glow

10 Nov

The enchanting and mystic vocals of Karl Kimmel and Joe Corcoran should make the group LUC a repeat on your next playlist. With the album Glow kicking off with a stardust galaxy laced sound, listeners will want more, ready to indulge their vibe. The tracks on the album are fast paced, emotionally charged, and nothing short of wanting to be immersed in the sound waves of their music. Ghost, stands out on the album and is a song that a lot of people will probably connect to. With the lyrics “playing back all the things you told her” connects the past with the present-day. It puts you in the past and present simultaneously. Aside from their standout sound, their words and narratives connect listeners and have them not only pay attention, but connect on a whole new level. Their sound can be characterized as majestic and ethereal. Those who enjoy listening to Young Galaxy, MGMT, and Empire of the Sun to name a few will most likely enjoy the similar sound LUC has. For those who are wanting to get their headphones blasting with some new addicting music, go ahead and take a listen.

For more listening: Glow 

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Magnetic Ghost Gives A Glimpse Into Rural Psychedelia

19 Oct

With the sounds of Minneapolis band Magnetic Ghost, a feeling of wandering instills the listener’s ears while listening to Grand Canyon, amongst their other songs from Loss Molecules. Lyrics making references to walls, the world, and places in life, one who enjoys shoegaze meets post punk will be delighted while listening to Magnetic Ghost. Listeners will find similarities between the sounds of Magnetic Ghost with Sonic Youth, Spooky Black, and Young Galaxy. The unfiltered and raw sound of their music makes Magnetic Ghost stand out in the music world that is now sometimes full with auto tuning, mixes, and tracks being overdone. Loss Molecules reminds one of memories, open spaces, and a glimpse in the world of rural psychedelia.

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