Local Review: Spit – Self-Titled Demo

Local Review: Spit – Self-Titled Demo
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Spit Self-Titled Demo Spit = Godsmack + Taproot + Disturbed   Spit aren’t bad for what they do, even though the first track blows monkey chunks and they could have

Review: Louie Vega – Africa/Brasil

Review: Louie Vega – Africa/Brasil
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LOUIE VEGA “AFRICA/BRASIL” Vega/Maw Records   Originally released on Louie Vega “Elements of Life” recordings, these unreleased mixes will definitely make it into your bag. Re-invented in a techy and

Local Review: Red Bennies – Adult Sophisticates

Local Review: Red Bennies – Adult Sophisticates
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Red Bennies Adult Sophisticates Rest 30 Red Bennies = 40s big band + 50s garage + 70s soloing I can’t give Red Bennies a bad review because one of the

Review: Mark Knight/MTV Feat. E-Man – A New Reality

Review: Mark Knight/MTV Feat. E-Man – A New Reality
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MARK KNIGHT/MTV FT E-MAN “A NEW REALITY” 1 Trax Records   Attention: “Big Room” DJs all around—this track is for you! Receiving support from the likes of Roger Sanchez, Steve

 
 
Local Review: Rezolution – Karmakatastrophe

Local Review: Rezolution – Karmakatastrophe
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Rezolution Karmakatastrophe Fenix   Rezolution sent SLUG a copy of their new CD, even though I bashed their last one. Maybe they thought there was a different reviewer now; nope—Nicholas

Review: Kiko Navarro Feat. Marcel – M.U.S.I.C

Review: Kiko Navarro Feat. Marcel – M.U.S.I.C
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KIKO NAVARRO FT. MARCEL “M.U.S.I.C.” (Bubble Soul Re-Edits Volume 1.) = (Jay-J/Marquez/David Gomez/DJ Pippi) Bubble Soul Records   Pachas’ very own Kiko Navarro, doing it again. Featuring the words of

Review: Da Mooch Feat. Chynna – Love Is Everything

Review: Da Mooch Feat. Chynna – Love Is Everything
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MARLON D FT J.R. MORRISON – “AFFECTION” DA MOOCH FT CHYNNA – “LOVE IS EVERYTHING” Jellybean Soul Records   Two right down wicked tracks from NY’s Jellybean Soul. First, we

Review: Impossible Recording Machine – Echo The Moon

Review: Impossible Recording Machine – Echo The Moon
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IMPOSSIBLE RECORDING MACHINE ECHO THE MOON Positron! Impossible Recording Machine are not electroclash, Radiohead, James Bond, Coldplay or any combination of “post” + (insert whatever retro music term is popular).

Review: Leaves’ Eyes – Lovelorn

Review: Leaves’ Eyes – Lovelorn
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Leaves’ Eyes Lovelorn Napalm Records Theatre Of Tragedy vocalist Liv Kristine Espenaes is backed by the band Atrocity for the formation and debut of Leaves’ Eyes, Lovelorn. Alex Krull, vocalist

Review: Tresspassers William – Different Stars

Review: Tresspassers William – Different Stars
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TRESSPASSERS WILLIAM DIFFERENT STARS Nettwerk You could dismiss Tresspassers William as a band filling the gap until the sleeping giants Mazzy Star get off their laurels. You could. You shouldn’t.