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The Vinyl Court: Father John Misty - God's Favorite Customer

  • Artist: Father John Misty
  • Album: God’s Favorite Customer (2018)
  • Purchased at: Vintage Vinyl (St. Louis, MO) for $20

Father John Misty was crowned king of the hipsters a few years ago, ceremonies aren’t cool so he never had one. 225 more words

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Counterparts - The Difference Between Hell And Home

Hi guys, Butters here with a review of Counterparts’ The Difference Between Hell and Home. This is an album specifically requested by one of my friends, so here we are with this review. 351 more words

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I Had A New York Girlfriend

When music historians look back on the latter half of the 2010s two key things will become clear from their research. Firstly how the hell was Ed Sheeran/Mumford and Sons/Coldplay (delete as applicable) so successful when other bands and artists, clearly more talented, remained largely unnoticed? 748 more words

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SOPHIE - OIL OF EVERY PEARL'S UN-INSIDES Review

SOPHIE goes to her most extreme limits on OIL OF EVERY PEARL’S UN-INSIDES.

After gaining popularity with her bizarre pop tracks featuring unpredictable production at a hyper fast pace, SOPHIE manages to go beyond any of her previous work on this album. 886 more words

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Review of Chutes and Ladders EP by ahem on Forged Artifacts

Chutes and Ladders will be released on Forged Artifacts on 22nd June on limited edition 100 cassette (with digital download) and digital download.

It’s a high energy, infectious EP full of solid grooves, high tempo riffing and brilliant vocals. 233 more words

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Kataklysm-Meditations

Kataklysm is just macho.  And not macho in that sassy Village People manner.  They are just a manly damn band.  Its music is heavy as shit.  284 more words

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The Zombies - Odessey and Oracle (1968)

I didn’t like their debut album, but that was in 1965 and this is 1968.  Back then, they were essentially a British R&B covers band with a few inventive singles and one real hit.  541 more words

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