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Nuclear Power Pants – Wicked Eats The Warrior Album Review

Nuclear Power Pants came off create synth-heavy, spazzy, lo-fi garage rock with an interplay between lethargic male and hi-energy female vocals. It’s certainly entertaining, to a degree, with tracks like “Uh Oh” starting off with buzzing synths and guttural expulsions of sound that are immediately engaging. “Graveyard” and “Partytime U.S.A.” have some some really bouncy...Read...
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Parlovr – “Pen To The Paper” Music Video

Crisply shot with a Canon 7D, this video is essentially one long take of some jokers parading through a park with fireworks, water balloons, streamers, beach balls, and the like. There are some fun minor details to take in, like folks doing cartwheels and mannequin heads on lawns. An exceptional way to capture a fleeting...Read...
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Tera Melos – Patagonian Rats Album Review

The latest from California-based mathy, spazz-prog masters Tera Melos blends their frenetic brand of technical genius with far more poppy songs and structures. While this might be a turn-off for some die-hard fans, it is not unexpected when looking at the Idioms covers EP that the band released last year. Those fans won’t be disappointed,...Read...
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Trentmoller – Into The Great Wide Yonder Album Review

With his sophomore disc, Into The Great Wide Yonder, Danish musician Anders Trentemøller explores a great wide yonder of dark and powerful proportions. The album single, “Sycamore Feeling”, is a good indicator of Trentemøller’s accomplishments; particularly notable are the smokey vocals of Marie Fisker and the track’s immense moments of waxing and waning. Periods of...Read...
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