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Moonbootique Records Label Mixtape (#41) Download & Stream

German–based record label Moonbootique was founded in 2001 by two hot guys called Tobitob & KoweSix, better known as Moonbootica. It's a place full of unyielding music talents -- a get-together of national and international collaborations with focuses on the electroscene. Moonbootique is the home of artists like Ante Perry, Moonbootica, Julian Wassermann, Tagteam Terror,...
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Film – Eclipse Album Review (Inner Ear Records)

The presence of a certain amount of retro sensibility on Film's Eclipse is indisputable, in fact embraced, but its initially high level of surface visibility only draws attention from the sum of their process for so long. The Vangelis synths and throwback science fiction effects (appropriately, there is a song here called "Star Wars") are...
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Das Fluff – Meditation and Violence Album Review (So Happy Music)

Meditation and Violence, the new album by Das Fluff, explores subject matters both private, personal, and universal, head-on and without caveats or reservation. Timeless themes of isolation and loneliness are recast for the internet era, while the uncomfortable truth of social networking, and the distorted nature of friendship that come with it, are placed under...
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CMJ Music Marathon 2013 Live Show Review & Festival Recap: Caveman, Grandchildren, Porcelain Raft, Speedy Ortiz, More

CMJ Music Marathon 2013 yet again saw a convergence of hundreds of bands and thousands of fans on the clubs of the Lower East Side, East Village, and Williamsburg in New York City. Coincidentally, many of the bands we were most looking forward to were female-fronted (Speedy Ortiz, Eternal Summers, Hunters), and they did not...Read...
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