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Swervedriver "I Wasn't Born To Lose You" Album Review

Swervedriver
I Wasn’t Born To Lose You
Album Review by
Rob Watts
@RobWattsOnline

On their upcoming fifth studio release, British Alternative band Swervedriver produced a well-crafted collection of charming songs that pick up right where we last heard the band, almost 17 years ago. 120 more words

Rob Watts

Moon Duo "Shadow of the Sun" Album Review

Moon Duo
Shadow of the Sun
Album Review by
Rob Watts
@RobWattsOnline

It’s not often where I stumble upon a new album that hooks me in immediately and holds my undivided attention from point A to point B throughout the entire listen. 128 more words

Rob Watts

Paperhaus "Paperhaus" Album Review

Paperhaus
“Paperhaus” (Available March 10th)
Album Review by Rob Watts
@RobWattsOnline

Anything but mundane, this self-titled 8-track album contains blustery drum swagger, swirly, jangly guitars, and muddy bass lines. 129 more words

Rob Watts

Quarterbacks "Quarterbacks" Album Review

Quarterbacks
“Quarterbacks”
Album Review by Rob Watts
@RobWattsOnline

Not the most pleasing to my ears, however, I do appreciate the DIY approach in recording this batch of garage/punk rock nuggets. 146 more words

Rob Watts

The Districts "A Flourish and a Spoil" Album Review

The Districts
A Flourish and a Spoil
Album Review by Rob Watts
@RobWattsOnline

Upon my initial listening, I was fearful that I’d never get past the similarities between this album by… 158 more words

Rob Watts

Viet Cong "Self-Titled" Album Review

Viet Cong
Self-Titled
Album Review by Rob Watts
@BostonAuthor

Viet Cong is a Canadian Post-Punk band based in Calgary, Alberta. The group is comprised of two former members of the band… 154 more words

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Kat Dahlia "My Garden" Album Review

Kat Dahlia “My Garden”
Album Review by Rob Watts
@BostonAuthor

After many delays in production, Miami native, Kat Dahlia finally releases her debut effort “ 242 more words

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