Pixies How's the weather where you are? In Philly we're experiencing a straight-up Sweatember!

The beat goes on, though. Today's first new review is from Greg Simpson, who liked Pixies' new EP1 a little more than Pitchfork:

If you stack this up against all the Pixies' previous output, it leaves a sour taste. But if you judge it simply on its own merits, it's a not-half-bad set of somewhat generic indie rock. There are some elements to enjoy here, but you'll want to put on Doolittle right after.

Read Greg's review of Pixies' EP1 right here.

Then, Renaldo Matadeen checks out the new Moving Mountains LP, the strangely titled Moving Mountains:

The emotion and soothing vibe that Gregory Dunn evokes on the mic clicks through and through and their self-titled album, their third full-length at that, proves their most grasping without doing anything extravagantly different.

Read Renaldo's review of Moving Mountains' Moving Mountains right here.

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