All posts by Rachel Helm

Rachel Helm is a former REDEFINE magazine Staff Writer.
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The Bludlows – Americaville Album Review

The Bludlows combine standard dissent with a sound that was pulled off smoother by other musicians, back in the day. If you’re looking for a good Americana album, you would be a lot better off going with The Old 97’s or any myriad of other bands like The Drive-By Truckers. You know who they are,...Read...
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Essex Chanel – Love Is Proximity Album Review

Travis Lee Wiggins has been described as prolific, and although it’s accurate, I’m not sure it does him justice. The newest release from his Chicago band Essex Chanel, Love is Proximity, is studio album number eight — not including the many EPs, side projects, unofficial releases, and extracurricular musical endeavors Wiggins is a part of....Read...
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Robin – Thunder & Speedumb Album Review

Robin has gained popularity in their natural habitat among the punks of Japan, and in their first album marketed and sold overseas, Thunder and Speedumb, the psychobilly boys have produced something thrashing and loud and pretty much awesome. On the surface, it’s all much of the same old thing: galloping guitar work and fast drums...Read...
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