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The Happy Hollows – Bunnies And Bombs Album Review

The Happy Hollows play slightly discordant indie rock that shines, thanks to witty and provocative vocals by frontwoman Sarah Negahdari. There’s something off kilter and, dare I say, demented about her lyrics and delivery that makes repeated listens unavoidable. What the instrumentation lacks in complexity it makes up for in pleasant arrangements and subtle psychedelia....Read...
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The Color Turning – Good Hands Bad Blood Album Review

Rarely has one adjective so adequately described a piece of music more than the word “moody” describes The Color Turning’s debut LP, Good Hands Bad Blood. If you are able to move pass the beginning track, “Slow as Passing Cars,” with appropriately slow meandering guitars lines and minimal, borderline whiney vocals, building into grandiose orchestrations,...Read...
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Sugarplum Fairies – Chinese Leftovers Album Review

In the first few moments of listening to Sugarplum Fairies’ Chinese Leftovers, the influences of Mazzy Star, Belle and Sebastian and Cowboy Junkies are unmistakable. Though the vocals of Silvia Ryder aren’t exactly sultry, they have a steady depth. Nonetheless, they don’t offer any surprises. Several tracks present droning harmonies comparable to those of Belle...Read...
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Eulogies – Here Anonymous Album Review

Eulogies walk the delicate line between the indie rock and the ever-dreaded “emo” subgenre. Compared often enough to bands like Death Cab for Cutie, Eulogies rarely break out of that mold lyrically. Although the full-length album, Here Anonymous, doesn’t have enough monotony to throw at the bottom of the review pile, Eulogies fail to stand...Read...
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