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ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Social Cues’ by Cage The Elephant

To say that Cage The Elephant’s star has fallen over the last few years would be to grossly undersell how close this band actually were to becoming unavoidable. 1,109 more words


Albums Review: Atsuko Chiba - Trace

Band: Atsuko Chiba | Album: Trace | Genre: Progressive rock, Math rock, Post-punk, Post-rock | Year: 2019

From: Montreal, Canada | Label: Mothland

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Kiss - Kissworld: The Best of Kiss - Album Review

I know what you are thinking. Why do we need another Kiss Greatest Hits compilation? Honestly, we really don’t. We have tons already and there is nothing new on here that the real fan doesn’t already have. 689 more words

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DRIFTGLASS: World of Conversation

World-weary, Off-kilter, Disoriented


Yes, of course, this band- based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada- but also most suggestively the idea of highly-polished insanely heated sand, that is then beaten, abused, and weathered in the sea. 505 more words

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Stealing Sheep - Big Wows

It’s hard to believe that it’s been four years since we last heard anything from the Liverpool trio. Especially so, considering how well the band’s new album builds off their last release (2015’s… 383 more words

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Special Review #114 - Every Jefferson Airplane Album Ranked

From white rabbits to greasy hearts, R&B to innovative psychedelia, Paul to Marty to Grace, Jefferson Airplane are an era-defining band. Forming in 1965 and soon playing a gargantuan part in popularising the psychedelic movement of the tail-end of the decade, the band has earned a reputation in prevalence, yo-yoing between vogue and its antithesis, and hell, you don’t even have to be high to enjoy some of their best work. 3,241 more words


Album Review: Bonds by Lost In The Riots

London alternative post-rock act Lost In The Riots release their third album Bonds on 26th April via Lonely Voyage Records. The follow up to 2014’s… 519 more words