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From members of HE WHOSE OX IS GORED, FUCKED AND BOUND have violently emerged as card-carrying hardcore polemicists. 20 or so minutes, 13 tracks, lyrical content that ranges from hash tag invectives to wage slavery dirges to Cobain homages (“I’m a negative creep and I’m stoned”), and a palpable sense

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On Prehistoric Sounds more than any other Saints release, the distinct Iggy Pop influence comes to you in swells. Warm and moving through you fast. Vocalist Chris Bailey makes you feel like Iggy, Morrison, and Reed copulated in a dark room and you’re listening to the afterbirth. By this album,

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One of my favorite bands of all time, Glaare, have released their first LP and I’m so excited about it! These guys are from LA, and if you didn’t catch my first article about them, I’ll just say this: they don’t quite sound like anything else you may have heard,

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Ever wonder why certain genres seem to flow from particular geographic regions? It goes beyond scenes and bandwagons – it the vibrations of the earth. Music, being a series of vibrational frequencies, is sensitive to these ley lines in the earth. Musicians who are particularly attuned to themselves and their

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Hailing from Australia, the mysterious post-punk artist Jon Edifice released his LP of the same title late last month. The album includes all four tracks from his previous Distant Gardens EP, plus six new songs! Let’s jump right into it. Label: Funeral Party Records     “Park” opens up the album

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Fever Nest hails from Ohio, and their LP, Black Carrion Fowl, might be the first release most fans hear from the band.  Fever Nest has released a few demos to their past credit, but Black Carrion Fowl is the band’s first major milestone since then. The band lets song structures

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