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REVIEW: Moon Duo -
Shadow of the Sun
A drum machine drenches their songs in hot and heavy psychedelic bliss.
REVIEW: Swervedriver -
I Wasn't Born To Lose You
A handful of really catchy songs that are refreshingly simple.
REVIEW: Phosphorescent -
Live at the Music Hall
The overall sound is more stripped down & raw than the studio recordings.
REVIEW: Modest Mouse -
The Ground Walks, with Time in a Box
An upbeat and bouncing track disguising scathingly angsty lyrics.
REVIEW: Dan Deacon –
Pop music is hard to make. In fact, it's bloody hard to make.
REVIEW: José González -
Vestiges and Claws
wider variety of sound than one would expect, but the album is still minimal.
REVIEW: A Place To Bury Strangers -
Emo and post-punk with shoegaze / space rock textures.
REVIEW: Pond -
Man It Feels Like Space Again
Pond is trippy mélange of Glam, Psych and so much in-between.
REVIEW: Death Cab For Cutie -
A contemporary track heavy on keys with repetitive lyrical affirmations.
REVIEW: Paperhaus -
A a sense of immediacy & power a la Sonic Youth & Television.
REVIEW: Sleater-Kinney -
No Cities to Love
Punk action, heavy rhythm & unapologetic vocals.
REVIEW: Viet Cong -
Post-Punk with droning vocals & organic vibrant guitars with passionate signing.
REVIEW: Belle and Sebastian -
Girls in Peacetime Want To Dance
Lush melodies, easy beats & catchy melodies.
REVIEW: Ty Segall -
More 60s rock n roll than lo-fi noise rock.
REVIEW: Dr. Dog -
Live At A Flamingo Hotel
Indie Rock with Beatles-esque harmonies.
REVIEW: Panda Bear -
Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper
A cult noir comedy movie with sarcasm & humor.
REVIEW: Hookworms -
Echoing vocals, atmospheric guitars, growling organs, driving drums.
REVIEW: Clark -
Clark boasts an astonishing pedigree, yet refuses to settle into a specific niche,
REVIEW: Deerhoof -
La Isla Bonita
Deerhoof pay tribute to the likes of Radiohead, Beck, David Bowie, Lou Reed and more.
REVIEW: Les Sins -
Disco revival, house and dub and hip-hop just to name a few.
REVIEW: I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness -
Indie, classic goth and dream pop.
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