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Color us in feedback and shower us in sonic glory – that is what the new BLUSH album entitled Wanderlust does from the first second. What draws me to a band like this is how fragile yet powerful their music is. When I think about how fucked up the world has

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I fucking love the Bay Area. There is a truly amazing amount of artists that live out here. For the music that I am interested in the most, this area is the best in the world. There is some great scenes scattered around the globe, but within this particular area

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DEAD REGISTER weaves an interesting blend of varied shadowy elements into their sonic web. The baritone croon of their lead singer soars with the rest of the shoegazing shimmer. They are heavy but not metal, with the more metallic elements serving as a booming undertone, and head banging is not

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How important is the new Megaton Leviathan LP Mage to the world? I feel like it’s one of the most important records to come out this year! The reason why I feel so strongly about this sonic offering is because every moment of this record is healing and powerful. This collection of songs

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Melbourne-based shoegaze duo Modern Heaven have just released a 5-song EP entitled Midnight Cowboy! This is a fantastic gem not to be missed. In fact, a couple of tracks in particular would be criminal not to include on your set lists this year. The EP opens with the atmospheric “Another

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Drudging up from the Denver underground comes Lowfaith with their full length release from Sore Ear Collective, “On Loss”.  Nine tracks of down trodden post punk with just enough dreary, dreamscape pop catch. There is a definite moodiness and gloom to these songs that hits right in the heart, carrying

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