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Young Circles – Jungle Habits Album Review

There’s something to be said about an album so arcane and compelling that writing an introduction to the review proves paralyzing. Young Circles’ Jungle Habits deserves an amazing lead, a pull-quote worthy of print, but I’m left rather motionless at the keyboard. Jungle Habits‘ spiritual rhythm and dynamic approach to songwriting makes the album one...Read...
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The Better Letters – Mixed Feelings Album Review

1970’s Yé-yé punk pop? An old genre’s new sub-genre? Even in this, the heyday of music categorizing snobbery that seems to delight fans, bloggers, and YouTube commenters round the globe, The Better Letters aren’t that easy to classify. So fall back for five minutes and let’s review. I’ll start with what’s not confusing: the lyrics....Read...
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Mock Orange – Disguised As Ghosts Album Review

Long-running outfit, Mock Orange, began as an auspicious post-hardcore band, but over time, they have shifted towards much more musically greener pastures, culminating in 2008’s “Captain Love,” a massively underrated testament to the group’s desire to push boundaries. Listen to “Grow Your Soul” – DOWNLOAD MP3 For their latest record, Disguised As Ghosts, Mock Orange...Read...
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Scattered Trees – Sympathy Album Review

Listening to Scattered Trees’ latest album, Sympathy, has been a curious experience for me. The same disc, under different settings and different circumstances, has been at times nerve-wracking and at times wonderful. Just now, I have awoken with the third track from Sympathy echoing in my head, the words, “Everyday, you love, then you leave...Read...
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