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Califone – Stitches Album Review (Dead Oceans)

Califone's honey-baritoned lead singer Tim Ruttili went looking for himself in the endless sands of the American Southwest, and with their latest, Stitches, returns with the band’s most vital and compelling record since 2003's Quicksands/Cradlesnakes. Stitches was recorded at various locations across Arizona, Texas and Southern California, where Rutilli's been living for the past few...
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Dustin Wong Live Show Review

September 30th, 2012 @ Roseland Theatre, Portland, OR +++ SEE ALSO: FULL SHOW REVIEW + DUSTIN WONG + THRILL JOCKEY RECORDS On recording, I absolutely adore Beach House, but every time I see them in a live setting, I find myself disappointed by the lack of emotional output and dynamism from husky-voiced lead singer Victoria...Read...
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Decibel Festival 2012: Robert Henke, Biosphere, The Sight Below Live Show Review (Optical Series)

Now in its tenth year, Seattle’s Decibel Festival has grown from a tiny electronic celebration to a world-renowned music festival without sacrificing attention to detail along the way. From fabric wristbands to the notable lack of corporate sponsors — save for ones that directly affect the electronic music scene in some way — Decibel has...Read...
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Bleep: Majeure, Chrome Canyon Get Sci-Fi With Analog Synths

Bleep is a column focusing on varying degrees of electronic music news, videos and MP3s. In this post, ’80s sci-fi influences electronics are given their due as Majeure and Chrome Canyon churn out analog synth-layered landscapes like nobody’s business. ++ SEE ALL: BLEEP POSTS or MUSIC COLUMNS   Chrome Canyon We begin with the well-reputed...Read...
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Madness! Eric Copeland Single, Black Dice Music Video + Blues Control LP, FRKWYS w/ Laraaji

MADNESS! A recurring series of audio WTFs and head-twitching, spine-tingling experimental or chaotic fun (k-k+st)icks. Eric Copeland Does it sound like Black Dice? It sure does. That’s because it is Black Dice — or, at least, it’s a core member of Black Dice gone solo without sacrificing the madness. Eric Copeland’s album single for Limbo,...Read...