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250 word album review: The Allovers -Yer Guises

“Yer Guises” is nothing but simple fun. If you’re looking for deep content you probably won’t find it unless you dig really deep. At the surface level The Allovers just take a crunchy guitar lick, play is for two minutes and squeeze in a hook. 233 more words

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250 word album review: The Center State - Wilderness

The Center State’s second full-length album “Wilderness” is a sentimental affair that shows the band’s abilities. The group compiles a focused group of songs here where they test their comfort zones and take another step forward. 225 more words

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250 word album review: The Breeders - All Nerve

The Breeders are a jagged band. They love broken things, they always have. Their songs are unique because of this, it is both what makes them great and what makes them troubling to listen to at times. 201 more words

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250 word album review: The Decemberists - I'll Be Your Girl

If you’re reading this you probably know what The Decemberists are all about, they have a well established catalog defining the band which makes an album like this challenging. 238 more words

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250 word album review: Middle Western - When Your Demons Are Under Ground and You've Got To Dig Them Up

Middle Western is a lesser known band from the Iowa area featuring banjo wielding badass William Elliott Whitmore and key tickler David Zollo as the two headed monster singing songs. 276 more words

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250 word album review: Monks of Doom - The Bronte Pin

Monks of Doom basks in the weird. The largely Camper Van Beethoven side project sounds like exactly that. “The Bronte Pin” is their first proper album since 1993 and you would never know it by listening to it. 252 more words

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250 word album review: The Matchsellers - Bluegrastronauts

Bluegrass can be boring. This isn’t across the board but the skeletal structure of the music causes this. The Matchsellers found a way to make what can be a mundane, unflavored genre extremely intriguing. 256 more words

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