Review: Estuary – To Exist And Endure

Review: Estuary – To Exist And Endure
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Estuary To Exist and Endure Ibex Moon Records Also from back east is Estuary, with To Exist and Endure. This band started out as Estuary of Calamity, and had a

Review: Drop the Fear – Self-Titled

Review: Drop the Fear – Self-Titled
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Drop the Fear Self-Titled Drop the Fear The comparisons to the Cocteau Twins are going to be rampant even though they aren’t exactly accurate. Neither the guitars nor the vocals

Review: Bloody Sign – Vana Vingala Loits

Review: Bloody Sign – Vana Vingala Loits
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Bloody Sign Vana Vigala Loits Ibex Moon Records Like their fellow death-metal countrymen Mercyless and Phazm, Bloody Sign manage to combine the speed with guttural heaviness while keeping things interesting

Review: Augie March – Strange Bird

Review: Augie March – Strange Bird
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Augie March Strange Bird Spin Art When Elbow’s vocalist Guy Garvey sings the praises of Australia’s Augie March, you can’t help but feel like he’s being narcissistic. It isn’t that

 
 
The Bellrays

The Bellrays
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Do Not Obey: The Bellrays Bust Boundaries with their One-of-a-Kind Rock n’ Soul When talked about in larger publications The BellRays usually get lumped in with the so-called “garage rock

Localized: The Happies

Localized: The Happies
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THE HAPPIES Miles Biddulph: Guitar Ki: Guitar Elledge IV: Drums and Keys Linwood Biddulph: Keys and Drums Nate Biddulph: Bass   To find The Happies, I went down a narrow

Localized: Nate Padley

Localized: Nate Padley
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Localized this month is lovely and has a clean complexion. Localized talks to you in a whisper before tucking you in with a glass of water. Nate Padley and The

Hunter S. Thompson

Hunter S. Thompson
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Tragic Happenings in This Foul Year of the Cock, 2005   Woody Creek, Colorado, 02/20/05: I turned on the news today and saw that Hunter S. Thompson had died, apparently from

Grant Nelson

Grant Nelson
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City Swingin’ with Grant Nelson   Across the drink and through the countryside, British native Grant Nelson can not only claim his rightful place as a patriarch of the house

Edie Sedgwick

Edie Sedgwick
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Pastiche Panoply: Jason Moyer of Edie Sedgwick Chats Celebrityism, Post-Modernism, Pop-Art “One day five years ago I was watching America’s Scariest Police Chases and it was hosted by this insane