The Rockometer: The Horror by Pop.1280

Pop. 1280 The Horror Sacred Bones The Horror is dirty, no filthy, no filthy as fuck. The Horror is a brutal, bulldozing, skronky, scuzzy, and ...
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Your February Concert Calendar

Tuesday, January 31st: Purling Hiss, Puffy Areolas @ The Happy Dog. Friday, February 3rd: Amen Dunes, Mountains, Imaginary Softwoods, Wild ...
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Nobody Loves Me: On Lana Del Rey and How She Broke the Wrong Way

Even as the term indie rock has lost much of its meaning in the 21st century, some of its ethos remain. Number one is be real. Number two, if ...
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“The Gravedigger’s Song” by The Mark Lanegan Band

I'm not going to lie. Mark Lanegan could release an album of Katy Perry covers and I'd not only listen to it, but I'd probably put down cash ...
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Two-fer Thursday: New Jams by Terry Malts and Dirty Ghosts

The fuzz pop of San Francisco's Terry Malts is equally indebted to the flapping, mop tops and punk rock of The Ramones and the disaffected stares ...
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The Rockometer: Attack on Memory by Cloud Nothings

Cloud Nothings Attack on Memory Carpark To hear Cloud Nothings' Dylan Baldi tell it, the title of the band's third album, Attack on Memory, is ...
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“Parted Ways” by Heartless Bastards

The Heartless Bastards' Erika Wennestrom has always had a voice, a wonderfully deep and robust voice, bluesy, billowing and full of nuance, one ...
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Moving Pictures: “Bellringer Blues (Nick Zinner Remix)” by Grinderman

Let's say I didn't spend the past year collecting all of the 12" singles released following Grinderman's 2010 album, Grinderman 2, I'd be all ...
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