Aero Flynn: Aero Flynn
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Aero Flynn: Aero Flynn

On Josh Scott’s first album as Aero Flynn, no miraculous salve appears to heal old…

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Interview: David Moore from Bing & Ruth
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Interview: David Moore from Bing & Ruth

"The more successful you get at a creative endeavor, the less time you get to…

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Heems: Eat Pray Thug
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Heems: Eat Pray Thug

Heems stands in an American arts landscape short on voices that reflect the challenges people…

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Michna: Thousand Thursday
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Michna: Thousand Thursday

Where Thousand Thursday fails is where beat music never should: stagnating under the weight of…

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Swervedriver: I Wasn’t Born to Lose You
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Swervedriver: I Wasn’t Born to Lose You

Given that reunion albums are often total disasters, Swervedriver should be given credit for never…

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Sun Hotel: Rational Expectations
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Sun Hotel: Rational Expectations

Sun Hotel never shied away from the truth about their sophomore album Rational Expectations, offering…

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Holy Hell! Trace Turns 20
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Holy Hell! Trace Turns 20

Twenty years ago, I asked a record store clerk what was playing, and I couldn’t…

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The Pop Group: Citizen Zombie
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The Pop Group: Citizen Zombie

It must be strange to be a legacy post-punk musician in 2015. After years of…

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Hey Rosetta!: Second Sight
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Hey Rosetta!: Second Sight

In February of 2008, notable Canadian musician and producer Hawksley Workman was asked on the…

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Will Butler: Policy
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Will Butler: Policy

Reflektor was, at the very least, a polarizing album. Depending on your appetite for sprawling…

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