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SXSW 2011 : Pre-Festival Picks

bass drum of death Garage rock junkies apply within. Bass Drum Of Death’s pure and unabated psych rock is sure to catch some people by surprise at SXSW 2011. Their new material is far more tuneful and engaging than their original demos, making Bass Drum Of Death an act not to be missed. -EB Wed....Read...
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Bruise Cruise – Limited Edition 7″ Records Album Cover Art Review & Interview

Every year, Bruise Cruise transports a cruise-load of individuals from Miami to the Bahamas, for an alcohol-fueled and music-driven party on the water. This year’s seven-concert event will take place over the course of four days, hosted by Chain And The Gang’s dry-humored Ian Svenonius, and featuring music from Black Lips, Surfer Blood, Vivian Girls,...Read...
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90 Notable Album Covers From 2010 : Part III

If you are just joining us, START FROM THE BEGINNING. #54 The Black Keys Brothers Nonesuch Records BUY / DOWNLOAD THIS ALBUM Though the album artwork for The Black Keys’ Brothers is very obvious and literal, a lot more thought went into it than one might realize. Designer Michael Carney is the brother of drummer...Read...
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Thee Oh Sees – Warm Slime Album Review

Warm Slime is the latest nugget of psychedelic garage sludge from the Bay Area’s Thee Oh Sees. For years, this quartet of tripsters have been alchemically fusing ’60s pop, dirty Detroit-style rock, and homegrown Bay Area psych into a veritable witches’ brew of tunes. Their sound is a cross between Captain Beefheart’s early blues-infected fuzz-spazz...Read...
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