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Ty Segall - Manipulator

It’s not exactly a secret that Ty Segall has been allowing his inner popmeister to take the spotlight with greater frequency as his solo career has gained traction, and with 2014’s… 267 more words

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Quintessential Albums :: Azure Ray :: Self-Titled

Quintessential Album Series :: Self-Titled :: Azure Ray

A Little History:

Azure Ray is Azure Ray’s self-titled debut. It was released January 16, 2001 on WARM. 744 more words


Big Dumb Face - Duke Lion Fights the Terror!! (2001)

 I had a friend about 12 years ago who really liked this disc. I wasn’t old enough to drive but he was and we listened to this CD a few times in his car. 705 more words

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Album Review: Twerps - Underlay EP

We live in a cruel, cruel world. Intolerable, really. There’s no words to describe the kind of pain and suffering we go through. I mean, what kind of just God puts so many painstaking months between each stunning release from Twerps? 741 more words

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Torch Song by Radiator Hospital (Album of the Week)

Album: Torch Song

Artist: Radiator Hospital

Year: 2014

Details: 15 songs; 33 minutes

Choice: Gone Mild

If my memory serves me correctly, when I was in college there between 1978 and 1982, winters in Schenectady, New York lasted from late October until April. 350 more words


Album of the Week, August 24: Poses by Rufus Wainwright

Rufus Wainwright was born into a truly musical family. The son of Kate McGarrigle and Loudon Wainwright III, he grew up surrounded by people who knew, loved, played, and wrote a diverse array of musical forms. 895 more words

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Artwork of the Week

To start off, I’d like to begin with a segment about artwork in the music industry.  Album covers, show flyers, wallpapers…anything counts.  Up first, We Set Sail’s album cover for “Rivals”.   11 more words