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250 Word Album Review: Hook & Arrow - Hook & Arrow

Hook & Anchor throws back to some classic rock  with a country twist for their self-titled album. The songs are dominated by female vocals for the most part and the band has a tight country twang to it. 244 more words

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250 Word Album Review: Los Seis Pistos - Punk Will Never Die

Sometimes you just want to have fun and sometimes you want to scream and yell and sing along. Punk rock is a great outlet for this (as long as it isn’t angry punk.) Los Seis Pistos album… 207 more words

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250 Word Album Review: Beck - Morning Phase

Beck’s Morning Phase is a great record and everybody knows it. It didn’t fly under the radar and critics were in awe instantly. It is a given for nearly every top 10 albums of 2014 list at the end of the year and it will continue to sell a lot of copies. 219 more words

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250 Word Album Review: Camper Van Beethoven - El Camino Real

Camper Van Beethoven follows their 2012 album La Costa Perdida with a perfect companion piece in El Camino Real. The covers of the two albums even go beautifully with one another and the music makes for a nice match as well. 226 more words

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250 Word Album Review: Kyle Cox - The Plan, The Mess

Kyle Cox shows on his album The Plan, The Mess that songwriting is far from dead. With a vocal delivery and songwriting style similar to Jackson Browne, Cox wanders through a group of country-tinged rock songs.  208 more words

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250 Word Local Album Review: Dylan Russell - Keep Me In Mind

Dylan Russell’s debut album is pure new country. Overflowing with pop hooks and acoustic strums with all the familiar lyrical territory. Russell covers love found, love lost and everything in-between in a variety of ways. 189 more words

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250 Word Album Review: Sassparilla - Pasajero // Hullabaloo

Sassparilla’s Pasajero // Hullabaloo is one of the most intriguing records you will hear all year. With an incredible amount of versatility and swagger it keeps you interested and survives repeat listens; actually, it requires them. 266 more words

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