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Horse Feathers & Matt Pond PA

CD Reviews: Thistled Spring, The Dark Leaves

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Apr 28,2010 - Spring, for all the hope it might bring, can’t be without its thorns, its hazards—as much stepping stones as stumbling blocks ...

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The New Evils & Nate Padley

CD Reviews: Piece of Tomorrow, "Pieces/Monster of Vision"

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Apr 21,2010 - The thing about evil is it always seems brand new. At almost the other bookend of this decade—a decade in which “evil” seemed destined ...

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Record Store Day

April 17, 2010: Local audioheads rejoice and go indie.

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Apr 14,2010 - Record Store Day, in its third year, rocks. It’s a celebration of all that is musical—the culture and passion of the more than 1,000 independent stores internationally ...

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The Unthanks & Radar Brothers

CD Reviews: Here's the Tender Coming, The Illustrated Garden

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Apr 7,2010 - Finally, a British folk band that doesn't beat you over the head with migraine-inducing fiddle rounds and psychedelic-colored tartans ...

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Dum Dum Girls & Holly Golightly & The Brokeoffs

CD Reviews: I Will Be, Medicine Country

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Mar 31,2010 - Singer/guitarist/drummer Dee Dee’s first LP under the guise of Dum Dum Girls, I Will Be, is wrapped in reverb and bundled in fuzz, sent to the ’60s and returned via post-punk ...

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Pavement & The Morning Benders

CD Reviews: Quarantine the Past, Big Echo

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Mar 24,2010 - This is the year of Pavement, though they’ve been building up to it for the last several, reissuing expanded versions of their ground-breaking albums from the ’90s...

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Titus Andronicus & Wye Oak

CD Reviews: The Monitor, My Neighbor/My Creator

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Mar 17,2010 - With a name like Titus Andronicus, this band has to be heavy. Heavy like a history book, not like amplifiers that need to be crated into an arena...

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Violent Soho & Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

CD Reviews: Violent Soho & The Brutalist Bricks

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Mar 10,2010 - Queensland, Australia, quartet Violent Soho are the latest signing by Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore to his Ecstatic Peace label ...

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The Brian Jonestown Massacre & Robert Pollard

Reviews: Who Killed Sgt. Pepper? & We All Got Out of the Army

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Mar 3,2010 - Robert Pollard is sort of an anti-rock star. The by-now 50-something former Dayton, Ohio, schoolteacher manages to rock out without any of the supposed accessories: no tattoos ...

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Adam Franklin & Cloud Cult

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Feb 17,2010 - Adam Franklin originally played guitar in the Stooges-titled band Shake Appeal, but gained widespread attention for the London-based group Swervedriver...
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