On the Record: Red Light King, Paper City, Washed Out & More

By Bill Chenevert
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Eleanor Friedberger

Last Summer


Sounds Like: Fantastic solo debut from the Fiery Furnaces sister with a strong, commanding voice and solid gold ’70s-influenced groove production behind her.

Free Association: That last name does not represent how funky this girl can get.

For Fans Of: St. Vincent x Linda Ronstadt, 
Joan as Police Woman, soda jingles.

Redlight King

Something For The Pain


Sounds Like: Mark Kasperczk is a foolish white man from Ontario with lots of tats, who makes speak-singing half-rapping crap rock that harkens back to Everlast.

Free Association: You got Neil Young to sign off on sampling “Old Man?” SONOFABITCH!

For Fans Of: G Love + Linkin Park, Kid Rock x Uncle Kracker, Disney-OK’d rock.

Pink Flag

King Of Scene EP

(Break Yr Heart)

Sounds Like: This Durham, N.C., trio of lady punks is going places. This is their first EP after a few years of silence; they’ve matured, calmed down (a little) and practiced a lot.

Free Association: Imagine Vivian Girls as modest, talented and thoughtful musicians.

For Fans Of: Sleater-Kinney, Liz Phair x the Gossip, 
feminism, not taking bullshit.

Paper City

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