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Flairs – “Trucker’s Delight” Music Video

This video isn’t for the easily squeamish, but it’s pretty amazing in its 8-bit goodness. Inspired by the song’s title, “Trucker’s Delight,” the video is an off-the-wall, videogame-like tribute to the darkest and foulest parts of truck drivers’ lifestyles. There’s some blood, some tits and ass, and loads of overall lude behavior, but it’s all...Read...
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Royksopp – “This Must Be It” Music Video

Wrinkly old men and women in a primitive yet modern instrumental utopia? Loinclothes, bows and arrows, and BBQ meat central? Fever Ray / The Knife vocalist Karin Dreijer Andersson sings for Röyksopp’s new single, “This Must Be It,” and the video is a weird weird take on a community that’s a little bit hippie, a...Read...
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CMJ Music Marathon 2009: Duchess Says, Malajube, We Are Wolves, Think About Live Show Review

More than a year ago, I was introduced to the raucous electro-indie-punk stylings of Duchess Says. They represented, to me, the perfect hybrid of mainstream dance rock and teen center electro, and in my book, they had the perfect recipe for success. Their song “Black Flag” seemed an automatic indie hipster staple, provided the hipsters...Read...
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Zebras – Parasitic Clones Under The Strong Arm Of The Robotic Machine Album Review

Madison, Wisconsin’s Zebras play a peppy brand of chops-heavy sci-fi/dance punk, which I found myself enjoying thoroughly but ultimately not really connecting with entirely. There are some good ideas going on here, mainly in the form of keyboards and instrumental proficiency. These guys can obviously play, so I found myself oft wondering why they were...Read...
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Aluminum Babe – 17 Album Review

Superficially, Aluminum Babe seems to be a DIY-driven, fierce frontwoman-powered electro outfit making music suitable for garages and house parties. In theory, they seem to be the type of band that has a well-honed demographic and probably fills a solid niche. In reality, they’re all over the electro map, and their extremely long sixteen-track album,...Read...
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Chico Fellini – Self-Titled Album Review

Chico Fellini’s publicists compared their new self-titled disc to the music of bands like PJ Harvey, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Pixies, and David Bowie. Strange as it may sound, Chico Fellini somehow really could be a hybrid of those seemingly unrelated bands. They have the musicianship of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the sexiness of...Read...
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South Central – The Owl of Minerva Album Review

The type of electronic-rock hybrid music Americans seem to lap up these days either take the fairly synth-poppy route of the Presets or the funky house route of Daft Punk and Justice. South Central’s The Owl of Minerva is more for the individuals who aren’t afraid to enjoy dark, distorted, and at times industrial-esque electronica....Read...
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