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The Rockometer: Slow Release by Yes I’m Leaving

Slow Release, the latest long player by the Sydney band, Yes I'm Leaving, is a record you can judge by its cover, its back cover to be more precise. Let's read over these song titles. Side one starts with "One," and leads to "Puncher," "Fear," "Alchemy," "Timer" and "Salt." Side two reads "Care Less," " Manic," "Funny," "Secret," and "Husk."
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The Rockometer: Honeys by Pissed Jeans

                Pissed Jeans Honeys Sub Pop For the target audience -- ...
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The Rockometer: S/T by Metz

Metz S/T Sub Pop Metz have the right references. Listen closely to their self-titled debut and you'll hear reminders of Mudhoney, The Jesus ...
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The Rockometer: Playin’ in Time with the Deadbeat by Slug Guts

Slug Guts Playin' in Time with the Deadbeat Sacred Bones Not for sporting events, hipster dinner parties, or finely choreographed marriage ...
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Moving Pictures: “Scum” by Slug Guts

To understand where the scuzzy, relentless noise of the Australian band Slug Guts comes from, one could go back and reference other Aussie acts ...
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The Rockometer: Open Your Heart by The Men

The Men Open Your Heart Sacred Bones Even as some of the early press for The Men's second album for Sacred Bones Records has focused on some ...
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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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The Rockometer: Leave Home by The Men

The Men Leave Home Sacred Bones Punk, post-punk, post-hardcore, noise, scuzz, fuzz, pigfuck, Leave Home by The Men is an album that could wear ...
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