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New releases from ManicProject and Mathematics et Cetera

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Jun 22,2007 - ManicProject, Square One ***.5 ttLet’s get this out of the way: Phil Istomin does not use GarageBand, ProTools or any other software application to write, record, mix and engineer his music. The Moscow-born, Bountiful-based industrial artist created...

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New releases from X27, Femi Kuti and Jennifer Gentle

By Ryan Bradford
POSTED // Jun 18,2007 - X27 Antilove *** ttX27’s music is dirty in a way that only doing a line with a rolled-up Seventeen magazine page could possibly match. Part dance-rock, part noise, but mostly garage-punk, this Chicago threesome churns it out thick, whatever it is....

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Phono, Invisible Rays, Cherem, Ocular Faith, Brilliant Stereo Mob, The Yearbook, Facts, AK Charlie

By Bill Frost
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - PHONO The ChangeovernnPacked tight with 16 songs (plus a hidden bonus: a Trent-approved remix of Nine Inch Nails’ “Only” by Phono figurehead Joe Ashton), The Changeover doesn’t skimp on disc space or personal crisis; it almost...

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By Rebecca Vernon
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - ENRIQUE IGLESIAS Seven *** Doe-eyed Enrique Iglesias is much hotter than Ricky Martin (where is Ricky, anyway?) but this is about the music, right? Looks don’t sell CDs (except in the case of Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Staind, Justin Timberlake,...

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By Rebecca Vernon
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - PHANTOM PLANET Phantom Planet **** Ethereal vocals hover over a background of red-hot rock la Queens of the Stone Age pump up “Watermark Language.” But then, “Jabberjaw” and “Badd Business” explode via new-wave...

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By Rebecca Vernon
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - SHEDAISY Sweet Right Here *** Utah’s own SheDaisy freely admit that they might have overproduced their last album—a commercial dud—and it’s easy to tell why after listening to their easygoing, accessible country pop screaming...
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