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Aug 11, 2010

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Joe Talbot, The Red & the Black. Joe Talbot sounds like he stepped out of that period of the late-Sixties and early-Seventies when rock...
Aug 4, 2010

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Social Studies, Wind Up Wooden Heart. A lovely little slice of pretty indie pop from Social Studies. Wind Up Wooden Heart is a bit...
Jul 31, 2010

Your Daily Lick: Mike Eckstein

Far West Day Dream (self-released) There’s something amusingly depressive about Far West Day Dream. Falling Broadly situated in the Americana genre the whole album feels...
Jul 30, 2010

Your Daily Lick: Generalissimo

Western Medicine (Arbeit Macht Dinge) A rock band that’s openly political? One might be forgiven for assuming that those went out of style. But Generalissimo...
Jul 29, 2010

Your Daily Lick: Interstellar Grains

IG2 (Guy Joseph Music) Interstellar Grains sound like what you’d get if you gene-spliced a classic drone rock outfit with a group of jazz improvisationists,...
Jul 28, 2010

Your Daily Lick: Death Valley High

Doom, In Full Bloom (Attinuator Records) Falling at the harder end of the indie rock spectrum, members of Death Valley High describe themselves as “dance...
Jul 28, 2010

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Death Valley High, Doom, In Full Bloom. Falling at the harder end of the indie rock spectrum, members of Death Valley High describe themselves...
Jul 27, 2010

Your Daily Lick: Moira Scar

Slink to Intensity (self-released) Moira Scar is a little reminder of the time when punk was weirder and a lot more fun. Like a deliciously...
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