“Superstition” by Disappears

If you listened to Disappears 2010, debut full length, Lux, you already know this is a band who has a sound and sticks to it. They play repetiti...
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Moving Pictures: “Glitter Still in Your Hair” by The Dreadful Yawns

Restless is one way to describe the Cleveland, psychedelic rock band, The Dreadful Yawns. They're a creative, dynamic, and talented bunch who ...
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No Age, Lucky Dragons, Herzog @ Grog Shop. 11.20.10

When you visit the bio of LA noise punk band, No Age, you'll find they're still just the duo of guitarist Randy Randall and drummer/vocalist Dean ...
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The Rockometer: Sports by Weekend

Weekend Sports Slumberland As we continue to see more and more modern acts who use touchstone, UK Shoegaze bands like My Bloody Valentine, ...
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“Heaven in Stereo” by Shilpa Ray and Her Happy Hookers

Shilpa Ray has a big, brassy and almost husky voice, and she isn't afraid to use it on "Heaven in Stereo."  In fact, her voice dominates this ...
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The Rockometer: First Blood by Nobunny

Nobunny First Blood Goner Some amateur psycho-analysis of Justin Champlin, the man better known as Nobunny, would reveal a performer unsure of ...
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The Rockometer: S/T by Idle Times

Idle Times S/T Hozac Records Even a cursory listen to Idle Times' self-titled release for Hozac Records reveals a band who would absolutely ...
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The Rockometer: Spiral Shadow by Kylesa

Kyelsa Spiral Shadow Relapse The heavy, but not necessarily metal band, Kylesa are like Canada's post-hardcore kings, Fucked Up, or Japan's ...
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