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Cherry Glazerr find gritty new sound in Stuffed and Ready

Stuffed & Ready (2019), the third album by L.A. alt-rock band Cherry Glazerr, is more dissonant and powerful than their previous albums. The sound and lyrics are more introspective and restless, but their newest album remains true to the band’s roots. Cherry Glazerr evolved from

Snail Mail’s LP Lush is a powerful and promising debut

2018 was a busy year for female-led indie groups. Between Soccer Mommy, Charly Bliss, Men I Trust and many others, indie bands fronted by women came from the woodwork like never before in 2018. One of these groups stood out from the rest using a

Moshfegh’s “My Year of Rest and Relaxation” reviewed

Over winter break I binged an author’s entire output for the first time. It was a strange experience, kind of like deep diving through someone’s Facebook or Instagram page, obsessively charting their progression over time (I  don’t do that of course, and I’m sure no

My Struggle 6: An interrogation of the real

This article was originally printed in the Feb. 4, 2019 issue of The Round Table.  The sixth and final installment of Karl Ove Knausgaard’s six-part autobiographical novel, “My Struggle,” was published in English on September 18, 2018. Knausgaard’s novel describes life as it happens. The