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Catch of the day #1: Sonny and the Sunsets - Green Blood


Found a beaut in the depths of Polyvinyl records’s youtube account. I was trying to find songs off that second Strange boys record, when the tantalizing title “green blood” revealed herself to me. 278 more words

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Beck returns with masterpiece Morning Phase

The ever-changing, always ranging, totally amazing Beck has returned after a dormant period of six years with an album that’ll sooth, serenade and send listeners into a euphoric state of what I’d like to coin as “Beckcitement.”

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Enter the Slasher Flicks holds bouncing beats and creepy synths

Outside of its intensively psychedelic sound, experimental gurus Animal Collective are best known to the music-obsessive community for the equally wonderful side projects it generates. Between singer and multi-instrumentalist Panda Bear’s… 391 more words

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Music Review: ANGEL 7 - Black And White

Black And White

Ukrainian band Angel 7 is an entity that, musically, sounds like a power metal band and a black / forest metal band got caught up in one of those teleporter pod thingies from the movie The Fly (the remake from 1986), and this is what stepped out of the other end. 219 more words

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Music Review: ANGRY LITTLE FREAK - Livin' It Up

Livin’ It Up
Purple Box Records

It may come as a shock to some people reading this, but there was a time, not too long ago in fact, when hard rock and metal were fun. 416 more words

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Music Review: ANGRY LITTLE FREAK - Self Destruct

Self Destruct
Purple Box Records

As a very small but very tightly-knit sub genre of a sub genre, the shock rock always seems to have been looked upon as the red-headed stepchild (please excuse the figure of speech, all red-headed stepchildren out there) of the darker side of Christian music. 432 more words

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Music Review: ANTITHESIS - Dying For Life

Dying For Life
Nightmare Records

The only other time I heard Antithesis before was their cut on the Massive Frequency Overload compilation some years back, and I wasn’t that taken. 142 more words

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