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Mitski

Bury Me at Makeout Creek

November 25, 2014

Alternative Singer/Songwriter

This third studio release from (now famous) indie artist, Mitski, takes a dive into the way a song's production can enhance a track. Differing from her previous albums and their polished sound, Bury Me At Makeout Creek can serve as an origin to the experimental production seen in her future albums for newer listeners interested in seeking out similar releases to one of her most recent and popular tracks, "Nobody."

- Kylie Lynne

Fred Neil

Fred Neil

December, 1966

Folk-Rock

The singer/songwriter's second album is a gem that continues to stand outside of time decades later. The beautifully sad, introspective songs of weary modern urban disaffection that Neil brought to these sessions in 1967 are among the best he ever wrote, and the perfectly balanced electric instrumentation suits them to a T.

- Steve Leggett