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Six Organs of Admittance & Music for a Revolution

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Sep 30,2009 - Six Organs of Admittance is Ben Chasny and cohorts playing psychedelic guitar folk similar to groups like Bardo Pond, tracing their lineage back to Nick Drake...

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Travis Whitelaw's Sexarkana

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Sep 23,2009 - At first blush, Whitelaw's bawdy roadhouse rockers and ballads are Larry the Cable Guy simple. He gives it to a snooty feminist ("She Likes It Rough") and invokes the old chestnut...

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BLK JKS

By Reyan Ali
POSTED // Sep 16,2009 - After Robots is best devoured as an album of moments. BLK JKS, a South African gang of four...

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Funk & Gonzo

Quality, Not Quantity: Funk & Gonzo finally start building their catalog.

By Gavin Sheehan
POSTED // Sep 16,2009 - One EP? You’d think a band that’s been together for three years would have more recordings under their belt or, at the very least, a full-length album ...

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AM Revelator, Old Timer & Subrosa

Local CD Reviews

By Bill Frost
POSTED // Sep 9,2009 - This could be the first-ever usage of the term “Ogden supergroup”: AM Revelator is comprised of ex-members of O-Town favorites AK Charlie, Gundhi and Invisible Rays, and yet doesn’t really sound like any of ’em ...

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The Datsuns & Dead Weather

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Sep 2,2009 - Something about Scandinavia recently seems to make it the progenitor of old-style garage rock roll.

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Pissed Jeans

By Reyan Ali
POSTED // Aug 26,2009 - Pissed have a shtick, and its a winning one: by juxtaposing a terrifying, lo-fi, 80s-style hardcore/noise rock squall with lyrics about commonplace subjects (scrapbooking, yuppie joggers, boring girls, etc.), they comment on the numbing mediocrity of the suburban world that bred the Allentown, Pennsylvania gangs aging ennui.

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Magik Markers & Cosmos

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Aug 12,2009 - Remember those large, brightly colored markers you had when you were a child, almost as much fun to smell as to draw with? Oh well, maybe your childhood was a little different from mine.

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Mark Kozelek & Michelle Shocked

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Jul 29,2009 - So, Mark Kozelek has a sense of humor--who knew? "A woman on the train said, 'Wherever you're going with all that gear, they better appreciate you,'" the former Red House Painters singer/songwriter...

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The Warlocks, The Mirror Explodes

By Greg Wilcox
POSTED // Jul 15,2009 - Tracks like "Red Camera" and "The Midnight Sun" set a bar of dark-psych rock that pervades throughout the album with a concoction of feedback, weird noises, whammy-bends, and maplesyrup-thick fuzz...
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