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There’s an unsettling undertone to Goat Girl’s third album, Below the Waste, that’s not unlike taking a shortcut through the shadowy alley: slightly dangerous, a little thrilling, and something that’ll heighten your senses. The south London trio confidently strides through alt-rock with mathy guitar bridges, electronica outros, and noisy beats, sacrificing what works on paper for experimentation that flourishes in execution. As portrayed by singles “Ride Around” and “Words Fell Out,” Below the Waste is worth wandering into the dark.

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J.P.: Coming Out Party [Equity Distribution]

J.P. Coming Out Party

J.P. broke out this year on the strength of “Bad Bitty,” a “feel-good ditty” that is so unique that it “feels like it’s from a different planet,” Alphonse Pierre has written. “Bad Bitty” is one of the 12 songs on the Milwaukee lowend rapper’s debut album, Coming Out Party. Check out the video for another of the project’s singles, “Come and See.”

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Bonny Light Horseman: Keep Me on Your Mind/See You Free [Jagjaguwar]

Keep Me on Your MindSee You Free

On their new double album, Keep Me on Your Mind/See You Free, Bonny Light Horseman channel two distinct, but not disconnected, records over the course of 20 songs. The Americana trio of Anaïs Mitchell, Eric D. Johnson, and Josh Kaufman use their third studio LP to cast a warm glow of vocal harmonies as rich as their twangy folk. Tracks like “Old Dutch,” “I Know You Know,” and “When I Was Younger” paint an accurate picture of the comfortable and lived-in sound that the full double album constructs.

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