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Live Review: Jeff Lynne's ELO at Los Angeles' Fonda Theatre (11/24)

Thumbs up. That’s all Jeff Lynne needed to do after he finished each song in his faithful run through a 90-minute parade of hits and new songs, always met with roaring applause. 656 more words

Concert Reviews

Erykah Badu details But You Caint Use My Phone mixtape, out on Friday

Erykah Badu has revealed the full details of her forthcoming mixtape, But You Caint Use My Phone. Spanning 11 tracks, it’ll hit iTunes and Apple Music on November 27th, with expansion to all retailers and streaming services set for December 4th. 226 more words


Portishead-Dummy-A Modern Classic

Rating 10/10 Modern Classic

Portishead Dummy remains a firm favourite after all these years since its first release in 1994. Still maintains its own original sound and character, still sounds fresh and still sounds fitting with the times even to this day. 11 more words


Nucleus Torn - "Neon Light Eternal"

It’s just my luck. When I finally find a band as creative and daring as Switzerland’s Nucleus Torn, it’s on their final release! After 18 years and achieving all he set out to do, Fredy Schnyder, the man behind Nucleus Torn, has decided to disband the group. 604 more words

Progressive Metal

Tomahawk - Anonymous

Vinyl review

It Tuesday night, it’s rainy, and I’m completely brain dead having worked a few hours setting up a some stupid lights, but I’m going to try and bang  this thing out , because that’s what I do. 725 more words


Time Machine Review: Godspeed You! Black Emperor – F#A#∞ (Canada, 1998)

A bit of purple prose won’t hurt anybody, so I’d like to introduce GYBE‘s first fatigue ever saying that F#A#Infinity is like the journey of a life. 409 more words


Album Review: Parquet Courts - Monastic Living EP

When Parquet Courts smashed their way into the indie rock consciousness with Light Up Gold in 2013, we thought we had them figured out. Their reference points were easy enough to pinpoint. 588 more words

Album Reviews