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[AotW] Black Sabbath - Paranoid (1970)

Heaven and Hell” by Black Sabbath from 1980 was featured as Album of the Week back in December 2013. This weeks album has been released ten years earlier making it over 40 years old. 263 more words


New Music - 07/29/2014

Basement – “Further Sky” RIYL: Daylight, Sunny Day Real Estate, Foreign Tongues, Turnover

Be sure to check out some of the other noteworthy releases being put out by:  28 more words

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Album of the Week & Giveaway: Let You Go - Tape Waves

Each of Tape Waves’ releases continues to carry listeners off to an idyllic coastal dreamland. Following the previous release of a self-titled EP and a trickle of singles from this full length  370 more words


Glass Hammer - Lex Rex (2002)

I originally wanted to start this review by imagining what a cracked.com article on prog rock might look like (The 10 Worst Things Progressive Rock Bands Do – #6 Made Me Wish For Oblivion Upon My Immortal Soul). 1,874 more words

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Last Weeks' Good Things

I have two weeks worth of good things to report on. We had a great roadtrip to Louisville, Kentucky for the Forecastle Music Festival. That occupies most of the spots in this recap, but there were other mentionable good things too. 639 more words


Album of the Week, July 27: The Golden Age of Wireless by Thomas Dolby

Thomas Morgan Robertson was born in London in 1955. He learned to sight-read by the age of 10 as he taught himself folk guitar. He soon moved on to piano as he developed an interest in jazz. 1,160 more words

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Album of the Week: Sisters Before Misters - Wild Balbina

Prepare to fall into a sugar-coated time warp with Sisters Before Misters from Wild Balbina. Taking a cue from the album’s collaged cover the foursome melds together a smattering of influences and in the process creates their own beautifully, blissful work of art. 203 more words