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KXSF Album of the Month. March 2019. Eton Alive, the latest release (and fifth full-length studio LP) from Nottingham, England’s Sleaford Mods, is the most interesting and engaging work to date from Jason Williamson (vocals and lyrics) and Andrew Fearn (laptop and music). It finds the duo further developing the minimalist electronic post-punk, rap-adjacent sound […]

KXSF Album of the Month. February 2019. Deerhunter is back with yet another musical gem that fits perfectly among the collection of well acclaimed albums they have released in their prolific career. Why Hasn’t Everything Dissapeared? is Deerhunter’s eigth album and, without a doubt, fulfills the great expectations the band inherently creates. This album created […]

KXSF Album of the Month. January 2019. Los Angeles musician Julia Holter’s music has seen such a satisfying evolution.  Since her earlier solo keyboards/electronics releases she has gradually added musicians (strings, reeds, brass, bass and percussion) and moved more into song forms in a chamber pop mold.  Loud City Song, whose lyrics were inspired by […]

KXSF Album of the Month. December 2018. This is the debut album from Fresno’s FATTY CAKES AND THE PUFF PASTRIES. Every band wishes they could write a song as great as “GRRRL Gang”. It is so catchy and anthemic and throws you in a great mood. You might want to listen to it a million […]

KXSF Album of the Month. November 2018. Courtney Barnett deserves to be called one of the best songwriters of our times and she proves it once again with this new album. After her acclaimed collaboration with Kurt Vile and The Sea Lice, she releases “Tell Me How You Really Feel,” her third full-length album. This […]

KXSF Album of the Month. October 2018. The KXSF album of the month is the third full-length in as many years from Terry. The first two LPs from this Melbourne band, whose four members are/were in a number of other combos (including such notables as Dick Diver, Constant Mongrel, Total Control, and Primo) were winsome […]

KXSF Album of the Month. September 2018. This month’s choice for our KXSF Album of the Month (#KXSFAOTM) was a rather easy one. That is, because during the first hours of the month, IDLES’ highly anticipated follow-up to their debut,  2017’s Brutalism was dropped. Joy as an Act of Resistance, which just by its name […]