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SOUNDTRACK: KING TUFF-“Black Moon Spell” and “Eyes of the Muse” (2014).

I first heard King Tuff on WXPN.  A few weeks later I heard two of his songs on NPR Music.  618 more words

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A Review of King Tuff's “Black Moon Spell”

For this seductive, romantic, garage rock fanatic, listening to King Tuff’s epic return album “Black Moon Spell” was like experiencing the joyride, Saturday night date of my dreams. 530 more words

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Sub Pop - Music's Ultimate Survivor

Sub Pop helped formed my basic appreciation of music… so why not write at length about  them for triple/double j?

Read my chat with Sub Pop co-founder/president Jonathan Poneman, head of A&R Tony Kiewel, and kickass bands Clipping and King Tuff right here.


Listen to new King Tuff single, the ghostly rum seller 'Danger In the Dark'

As if King Tuff’s recent brilliant album ‘Black Moon Spell’ weren’t enough, along comes fresh newbie ‘Danger In the Dark’, about as good– if different– as anything on the aforementioned Sub Pop/Burgar-issued LP. 45 more words


SXSW 2015 announces second wave of performers

South By Southwest 2015 has just announced the second wave of performers for next years event. The list is massive and filled with diverse acts. Some of the notable artists announced are Twin Shadow, AWOLNATION, The Cribs, Gang Of Four, King Tuff, Surfer Blood, The Districts, The Ting Tings, Robert DeLong, San Fermin and even more. 22 more words


King Tuff, Colleen Green, La Sera (Show Pics)

King Tuff, Colleen Green, and La Sera recently performed at the El Rey Theatre.

And Minivan Photography was there to shoot the show. 82 more words

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Album Review: King Tuff - Black Moon Spell

By Nestor Vazquez
Music Reviewer

Artist: King Tuff
Album: Black Moon Spell
Label: Sub Pop
Released: Sept. 23, 2014
Website: http://www.kingtuffworld.com/

So my recent album review over King Tuff’s new album was published to my college radio station’s website. 395 more words

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