Album Review: Soft Sounds from Another Planet by Japanese Breakfast

On July 14th, Japanese Breakfast released her latest album, Soft Sounds from Another Planet through Dead Oceans Records. Soft Sounds from Another Planet shows a certain depth that makes the genre of indie-pop (the word indie makes me ralph) unfitting for the artistic endeavors of Michelle Zauner/Japanese Breakfast. In a recent interview with Out.com, Zauner discusses the … Continue reading Album Review: Soft Sounds from Another Planet by Japanese Breakfast

Album Review: Murder of the Universe by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard's newest release caught me in a whirlwind both literally and sonically. I feel like it was just yesterday that I was reviewing Flying Microtonal Banana. The sonic whirlwind, however, is much more exiting. When you press play, the room you are in shatters and suddenly you're standing on a cliff. … Continue reading Album Review: Murder of the Universe by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

15 wonderful throwback songs that pay homage to British indie pop

No this isn't NME, this is still Slime Time. However, as I've said before, I have a horrible soft spot for brit pop, and this article will probably be the pinnacle of it. At Slime Time, we're here to fuel you're guilty pleasures. So sit back, relax, and be propelled back to 2006 when you, too, … Continue reading 15 wonderful throwback songs that pay homage to British indie pop