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Secret Colours – Self-Titled Album Review

Now the obvious critique I’m sure most people would offer in regards to a band like Chicago’s Secret Colours would be: lack of originality, plain and simple. But since this is tasty psych/garage stuff, I’m not even going to waste my time with any of that bullshit. If your idea of a party involves “LSD,...Read...
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Kyle Andrews – KANGAROO Album Review

Tennessee-based singer-songwriter Kyle Andrews is releasing his 18-minute EP (with one remix track) just in the nick of time. KANGAROO comes out the tail end of August, and it is a summery blockbuster of an album — a caffeine-riddled energetic blast full of feel-good pop songwriting. The synthpop songs are short, sweet, and guaranteed to...Read...
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Geographer – Animal Shapes Album Review

  Geographer’s new EP, Animal Shapes, is a pop rock album with a mixture of synthetic and natural elements. The band consists of three members: Michael Deni (guitar, synth, vocals), Nathan Blaz (cello), and Brian Ostreicher (drums). Geographer often mixes an organic cello and airy vocals with synthetic beats, creating an interesting contrast. The melodies...Read...
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The Angry Orts – Self-Titled Album Review

  In 2009, The Angry Orts released their debut, The Purple Rhino Squad Versus The Blue Whale Super Heavy Assault Troops – a full-length album of raucous dance punk and indie rock. The Angry Orts (Sara Hernandez, James Puryear, Matt Hernandez and Aaron Ettlin) combined blues-based guitar riffs and hooky basslines in an effort to...Read...
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CHIEF – Modern Rituals Album Review

&nsbp; Santa Monica’s CHIEF falls into the unfortunate category of a band which gives a false first impression: they can enthrall with a taste, with one track — and then let you down dramatically when you encounter the full album. The single released prior to their sophomore release was enjoyable (“Night & Day”); but repeated...Read...
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BATHS – “Lovely Bloodflow” Music Video

Wow, what a beautiful video by anticon. artists BATHS. This video combines the brutality found in Japanese samurai films with an almost Venetian carnival quality to create a video that treats the ephemeral in just a really remarkable way. Directed by Alex Takacs and Joe Nankin — youngreplicant.com
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