Varlet, The Drifter (Self-released). The Drifter has a timelessness like some forgotten gem from the era when Gram Parsons and Townes Van Zandt were alive and directly infiltrated the DNA of popular music. Lilly Scott's voice has an ineffable classic quality, and the masterful musicianship on these songs helps it shine brightly. — Murphy

Wil Guice and DJ Ktone, R&Beast (Self-released). Wil Guice uses his golden tone on this mixtape to bring an R&B touch to rap songs. The Kanye and Jay-Z track "HAM" gets a makeover with Guice's vocals and different lyrics, while the recording's original material showcases the crooner's creative-writing side. DJ Ktone brings the hip-hop-DJ feel while Guice maintains the soulful side of things. R&Beast is a solid project and collaborative effort. — Johnson

Woodsman, Rare Forms (Lefse). Beginning with the immediately arresting "Insects," on Rare Forms Woodsman take us on a trip through landscapes surrounded by shining psychedelia passages processed through krautrock drones and experimental electronic music. Imbued with a sense of wonderment, this is the sound of a band fully able to surprise itself as well as its audience. — Murphy

Yo, Sextape (Self-released). Yo (aka Yonnas Abraham) has outdone himself on the first release in the BLKHRTS solo trilogy, Sextape. Naturally, the themes on the project deal with vulnerability and self-exposure, but, frankly, few are actually about sex, save for the explicit "Sybian." Yo frequently recasts himself as whoever he wants to be, and he does so with grace, style and more charisma than most. — Johnson

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Silb123

Fuck u losers, Royal Talons is thee best band in town, retards!

 
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