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Dusted (A Maid in LA Mystery)

Quincy’s taking classes on writing detective novels, taking care of her boys, wearing a pumpkin orange maid of honor dress for Tiny’s wedding, and oh…she’s got another case. 24 more words

The Wooden Sky Interview & Show Photos

This is an interview with Gavin Gardiner from The Wooden Sky on March 22, 2014 at The Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto. We talk about their new album, building studios, and land pirates. 6 more words


A Dusted Review - Stoner Rock by Bong (March 8th, 2014)

“The more you think, the more you stink,” Neil Young and Crazy Horse producer David Briggs used to say, by way of explaining the way they went about crafting the band’s rough-edged form of intoxicating garage thrash. 522 more words

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A Dusted Review - A Daylight Blessing by Claypipe (February 27th, 2014)

Antony Milton and Clayton Noone don’t so much play songs as strenuously interlink ghosts of melody and tempo. The duo hails from New Zealand and they are immediate descendants of that remote country’s underground heroes: The Dead C, Alastair Galbraith, Surface of the Earth. 404 more words

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A Dusted Review - Solens Arc by Kangding Ray (February 24th, 2014)

In the nearly 15 years since its inception in 1999, Raster-Noton has become a byword (or two) for minimal techno, glitch and experimental electronica. Kangding Ray’s fourth album for the label occasionally borrows from the former, but is otherwise a remarkably warm and straight-ahead electronic album pitched somewhere between dub step and the Chain Reaction stable. 363 more words

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A Dusted Review - Sings II by Suzuki Junzo (February 22nd, 2014)

The heavy psych/rock scene in Japan is streaking ahead of any other, with acts like Fushitsusha and Acid Mothers Temple producing music of effortlessly visceral — not to mention loud — weirdness. 492 more words

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