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Negative Approach – Total Recall (7″ Tracks especially) As any punk rock dork knows, drooling over SST or Touch & Go Catalogs way back was a rite of passage. My Laughing Heyenas LP came with one that had words to the effect of : “Brannons roar of the lion kings

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The final Isis record is lush and sad, a far cry from their jagged, formless early work. Immediately it’s obvious that there’s a change in the water; their structures are notably clearer, the synergy between musicians is stronger and the tracks are clearer, warmer and more melodic. It’s understandable that

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RAKTA is a band from Brazil that we have been into for years! They have a new album called Falha Comum that will be coming out on April 5th via LA VIDA ES UN MUS DISCOS. They will also be kicking off a European tour with Deaf Kids in April,

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Feature from Dazed Digital Culturally, 2019 is off to a good start, and that partly seems to be because of a sudden resurgence of the early 90s. We have a new Sleater Kinney album on its way (produced by St. Vincent – Sleater Kinney are living proof that lesbians win at positive-relationships-with-exes) and tour dates

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Philly is notorious for having a healthy underground. We’ve met so many talented people who create in this city and we can’t wait for the day that we can take a trip out there to experience it for ourselves! Digging around on youtube, I found this student documentary called My

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Clad in a leather jacket adorned with patches and spikes, a young man wanders the streets at night on a quest initiated by a series of mysterious letters. The first, scrawled in large black letters, urges him to ‘PLEASE HELP,’ adding ‘THEY ARE EVIL’ as a gentle but enigmatic reminder.

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Now, I’ll start off by saying that I’m not Denver born and raised, nor do I have memories of how it used to be or how it was better back then. But I do know enough people, who I spoke to for this article, that have lived here their whole

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It can be a bit of a risk for a young band to drastically change their sound when moving from their debut to their sophomore album, but in the case of Minnesota’s Suffering Hour, this evolution (or perhaps mutation is a better word), saw them become truly developed as a

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