Review: M83 – Dead Cities, Read Seas & Lost Ghosts

Review: M83 – Dead Cities, Read Seas & Lost Ghosts
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M83 DEAD CITIES, READ SEAS & LOST GHOSTS Mute There will be those who would crown this French duo as the anointed kings of highbrow hipness and perhaps, for once,

Review: The Black Swans – Who will Walk In The Darkness With You?

Review: The Black Swans – Who will Walk In The...
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THE BLACK SWANS WHO WILL WALK IN THE DARKNESS WITH YOU? Delmore Recording Society Having recently listened to The Tiger Lillies masterpiece Shockheaded Peter: A Junk Opera I was primed

Review: Magnapop – Mouthfeel

Review: Magnapop – Mouthfeel
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MAGNAPOP MOUTHFEEL  Daemon   You might remember them, or perhaps you’ve seen their albums floating around somewhere. Magnapop were on a self-imposed hiatus. Now they’re back. Ruthie still plays noisy

Review: Wumpscut – Blondi

Review: Wumpscut – Blondi
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Wumpscut Blondi Metropolis   Blondi was the name of Hitler’s German Shepherd. Coincidence or not, Blondi is the name of Rudy’s latest bitch. Not even a year since Bone Peeler,

Review: Kasabian – Self-Titled

Review: Kasabian – Self-Titled
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Kasabian Self-Titled RCA Kasabian have been a guilty pleasure of mine since hearing the opening of “Club Foot.” Granted, they aren’t completely original. You can pinpoint various points in Manchester’s

Review: Minor Victories – Self-titled

Review: Minor Victories – Self-titled
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Minor Victories = Ride + My Bloody Valentine + Thomas Feiner & Anywhen’s “The Siren Songs”
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Review: The Poison Arrows – EP

Review: The Poison Arrows – EP
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THE POISON ARROWS EP  File 13   “Trailer Park” is a tease with its smacking around of sound and distorted blips and buried vocals. It’s a BRMC record stolen by

Review: Starflyer 59 – Talking Voice VS. Singing Voice

Review: Starflyer 59 – Talking Voice VS. Singing Voice
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Starflyer 59 Talking Voice VS. Singing Voice Tooth & Nail I’ve listened to this album for a couple months trying to sort out how I feel about it. I’ve come

Still, Almost With You: The Church Return to SLC in Support of an Excellent New Release

Still, Almost With You: The Church Return to SLC in...
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2017 gives us Man Woman Life Death Infinity, a gorgeous album that liberally references The Church’s past phases. … read more

Review: S – Puking & Crying

Review: S – Puking & Crying
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S PUKING & CRYING Suicide Squeeze S are the reversed reflection or negative print of Postal Service with the duo of Josh Wackerly and Jenn Ghetto steering the runaway rollercoaster