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The Rockometer: Death Dreams by PS I Love You

PS I Love You Death Dreams Paper Bag Records I'm going through my notebook, the one I use when preparing reviews, a little black Moleskine ...
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“Sunday (Psychic Conversation #9)” by Crocodiles

While San Diego's Crocodiles have been a player in the noise-pop scene since their 2009 debut, Summer of Hate, it's just now with their new single, ...
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Top Jam: “Rubber” by Yuck

"Rubber," the latest single by the trans-continental indie rock band, Yuck, is an album closer in the tradition of American underground ...
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The Rockometer: Rumors in Disguise by Shellshag

ShellshagRumors in DisguiseDon GiovanniShellshag are a throwback band in the sense they sound like any number of '90s bands – The Pixies, The ...
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“Dog” by Gowns

It's been a few years since we've heard from Erica Anderson and Ezra Buchla and their noise-folk outfit Gowns. We have to go back to 2006 for the ...
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Top Jam of the Week: "You’re a Target" by No Age

No Age's early work could easily be split in two. There was the noise half, more evident on Weirdo Rippers, where extended intros of swirling ...
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"Move to California" by Times New Viking

When Times New Viking sing, "Move to California, I hear you'll have a better time," between their now trademark ramshackle of hissing, whistling ...
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The Rockometer feat Animal Collective, Glasvegas, AC Newman, Robert Pollard, and Brethren of the Free Spirit

Animal CollectiveMerriweather Post PavilionDominoListen too closely to Animal Collective's Merriweather Post Pavilion, and their insistence on ...
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