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Album Review : Causa Sui :: Live at Freak Valley

Causa Sui have been putting out true psychedelic rock for almost ten years. In those ten years they’ve transcended the genre into something completely their own. 807 more words

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Causa Sui :: Live at Freak Valley

Causa Sui have been putting out true psychedelic rock for almost ten years. In those ten years they’ve transcended the genre into something completely their own. 807 more words

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Streetlamps for Spotlights :: Sound and Color

The first thing you notice as you listen to Streetlamps for Spotlights full-length debut Sound and Color is how much these guys love texture. Sometimes it’s subtle, but these textural layers are always present in the songs. 638 more words

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"It's too bad she won't live, but then again, who does?"

Yes. I love Blade Runner. In fact, it’s one of my favorite films ever. Ever. The futuristic, post-apocalyptic Los Angeles with the flames blazing into the grey air, the always rainy streets, and Darryl Hannah dressed as a baby doll. 372 more words

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Weird Scenes Inside The Hall of Superheroes or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love Spring Break

Is everybody in? Is everybody in?
Is everybody in?
The ceremony is about to begin

Grown men in tights.

That kind of thing would normally make me uncomfortable.

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Album Review : The Vickers :: Ghosts

Last year I became aware of this Italian psych-pop band called The Vickers. They had a Bandcamp page that sported two very excellent tunes. “She’s Lost” and “I Don’t Know What It Is” sounded like tracks pulled from a time capsule that had been buried under the fertile soils of Florence, Italy for the past 45 years. 453 more words

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The Vickers :: Ghosts

Last year I became aware of this Italian psych-pop band called The Vickers. They had a Bandcamp page that sported two very excellent tunes. “She’s Lost” and “I Don’t Know What It Is” sounded like tracks pulled from a time capsule that had been buried under the fertile soils of Florence, Italy for the past 45 years. 454 more words

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