5 Albums for March

Life Of Pause by Wild Nothing


A few tracks stand out as more memorable than the rest, but at its core its a great indie pop record with dreaminess on the surface.

Stranger Things by Yuck


This band will likely never make a well-received album again. Give it a listen if you can put the past behind and enjoy a good rough-edged shoegaze jam.

Pool by Porches


Friday nights when I don’t want to go out I make about six greyhounds, cook pasta and put this record on full blast in my living room.

Grandfeathered by Pinkshinyultrablast


Both crashing and wispy at the same time, they continue right where they left off if you listened to their first album.

Need Your Light by Ra Ra Riot


I don’t think anyone liked the electronic-driven Beta Love, so they answered by going back to basics. The result is their most energetic and catchiest set yet.



Author: Nathan Kowalski

Nathan grew up in East County San Diego playing pop punk and indie music with the rascally neighborhood children of Ryder Road. While big, energetic sounds and catchy hooks remain a priority, he keeps a close ear on the broader musical spectrum and attempts to listen to 25-30 new albums each month. He’s not on the vinyl bandwagon and will be buried with the same iPod classic he’s had since college. He still writes and records solo tracks which he hopes will successfully transform into his own children’s definition of dad rock. You can currently find him searching for some semblance of a decent taco shop in Orange County.

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