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Metal Wall Shelf (Oil Rubbed Bronze / Dusted Gold) (28"H x 23"W x 5"D)

Save $ 10 order now Metal Wall Shelf (Oil Rubbed Bronze / Dusted Gold) (28″H x 23″W x 5″D) at Best Garage Storage Systems store. Daily updated garage storage ideas reviews and find the best garage storage solutions consumer reports on Ebay, Amazon. 12 more words

TUNES ON TUESDAY: ASTROID BOYS - DUSTED/ GET OFF MY CASE

Welsh rap dudes Astroid Boys have been doing their thing for a few years now and they’ve only got better. I should know, I’ve been on them for a while. 59 more words

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A Dusted Review: I Shall Die Here by The Body (August 15th, 2014)

I Shall Die Here sits at the confluence of different genres without ever sounding confused, incoherent or ill-defined. Quite the opposite in fact: these six tracks are as solid as a boulder slamming relentlessly towards you down a mountain side.  727 more words

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A Dusted Review: Don't Know, Just Walk by Mike Weis (August 11th, 2014)

The idea of America as a “new country” is so ingrained in most minds that it almost becomes easy to forget that it’s only white, “Western” society there that is relatively young. 712 more words

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A Dusted Review: Thumbscrew by Thumbscrew (August 7th, 2014)

I sometimes find guitar-bass-drums combinations in jazz to be rather risky, simply because the guitar can’t quite fill as much space as, say, a piano or saxophone, or at least not without overwhelming the other instruments or leading to a sort of macho blow-out in which drummer and guitarist end up fighting for room over an increasingly beleaguered bassist. 503 more words

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A Dusted Review: To Be Kind by Swans (May 15th, 2014)

Three full studio albums into their reinvigorated latest phase, and Swans’ ability to surprise remains as potent as ever  To Be Kind might just be the most startling and uncompromising of the trio, although these qualities take time to unveil themselves. 692 more words

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A Dusted Review: d/evolution by LCC (May 8th, 2014)

Spanish duo LCC — formerly LasCasiCasiotone — blur the lines between styles, sounds and emotion until the music on d/evolution becomes a haze out of which emerge sounds, hints of genre and textures in a grim, airtight approximation of electronica. 549 more words

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