The cover to Vinyl Station's "Answer Slow" EP. It shows a painting-like image of a woman in a black dress with her back turned walking down a hallway full of doors
Every now and again an avid enjoyer of all things music is treated to the unique experience of discovering greatness at the ground floor, and given the chance to watch a band blow up in real time out of a moment that you feel in your guts is the genesis of a phenomenon. The April 19th release of Answer Slow, the latest offering from Arizona-based indie rock darlings Vinyl Station, was one of those moments.
A blurry, distorted press photo of the band "Shallow"
With an elegant combination of pop melodies and sludgy rock textures, "Saturday Morning" evokes the best of shoegaze bands like My Bloody Valentine while remaining distinctly contemporary and unique, announcing the arrival of an artist to watch with eyes peeled.
A picture of artist "SEDIVY"
impressionistic lyrics and given definition by impeccable production values, "What's My Luck" is a dynamic and cathartic evocation of longing that in less skilled hands could easily have been a mosaic of contrasting musical idioms, but is instead a deft blend of styles that conveys holistically much more than its individual parts suggest.

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The cover of Royel Otis' album "Pratts and Pain," showing both band members from the back gripping a concrete railing
"Claw Foot" ... is a tightly constructed and eminently catchy exemplar of Royel Otis' sterling approach to alt-pop/rock. The song's bass-heavy rhythmic figure and chimey guitars are immediately evocative of genre paragons like Joy Division and The Cure, while it's breakneck pace and chanted chorus keep things sounding fresh and the energy high.
The cover of Justice's new album "Hyperdrama." It depcts a translucent Cross with a glowing orange skeleton inside of it, set against a black backdrop
French EDM darlings Justice are back, patented Cross-aesthetics and all, with "Neverender," fresh off their newly released album Hyperdrama. Bolstered by the the tantalizing addition of psychedelic synth-pop king(s) Tame Impala (brainchild of Aussie indie maestro Kevin Parker), the two have delivered a glossy, classic slice of electronica tailor-made for the dance floor.
The cover to Vinyl Station's "Answer Slow" EP. It shows a painting-like image of a woman in a black dress with her back turned walking down a hallway full of doors
Every now and again an avid enjoyer of all things music is treated to the unique experience of discovering greatness at the ground floor, and given the chance to watch a band blow up in real time out of a moment that you feel in your guts is the genesis of a phenomenon. The April 19th release of Answer Slow, the latest offering from Arizona-based indie rock darlings Vinyl Station, was one of those moments.
A blurry, distorted press photo of the band "Shallow"
With an elegant combination of pop melodies and sludgy rock textures, "Saturday Morning" evokes the best of shoegaze bands like My Bloody Valentine while remaining distinctly contemporary and unique, announcing the arrival of an artist to watch with eyes peeled.

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