Music Reviews

the central
Discovery of a Rat

The Central deliver a new twelve-song album from their home base in Madison, Wisconsin. The general population of the great “Cheese State” apparently bought the Trump line of gaudy merchandise hook, line and sinker, but I won’t hold that against this band or the 77 square miles surrounding its capital city. 

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tyranny is tyranny
The Rise of Disaster Capitalism

Being in a band can feel like a long hard slog sometimes and Tyranny is Tyranny delivers a good forceful pounding which post hardcore fans will enjoy regardless of their politics.

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More Record Reviews

Ty Segall Twins

Parquet Courts Light Up Gold

Lady Lamb the Beekeeper Ripley Pine

Iceage You're Nothing

Howling Hex The Best of Howling Hex

Cave Threace

Azita Year

Angel Olson Half Way Home

Hot Lunch self-titled

Hayward Howkins The Hale and Hearty

Black Moth Super Rainbow Cobra Juicy

The High Llamas Talahomi Way

The Eternals Approaching the Energy Field

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interviews and articles

Dope Body

Dope Body Baltimore rock

From the great city of Baltimore Maryland, a.k.a. Charm City, a.k.a. Bodymore, Murderland (Ha!), the noisy, the danceable, the unbeatable bro's of Dope Body.

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Bad Cop

Bad Cop group photo

Nashville-based psychedelic garage rock band, Bad Cop, has wasted no time in getting their name out there. Since their inception in April 2009, they've toured the states, released their debut album and got a residency in New York that allowed them to play shows in Brooklyn and Philadelphia a couple times a week.

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