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Seattle hip-hop mystics toast to the unknown.
Professor Pentz sums up the main stages of 2014’s music festivals in only 47 minutes.
Petty, disgruntled and writing lean, reels it in and regroups
One half of the Cool Kids further establishes his solo I.D.
A no-frills package reappraises a forgotten album — and a lost band.
Red-hot blues, punk, and rock ‘n’ roll riffs that might leave a little heartburn.
This album’s a warning — and hopefully not a eulogy.
Ty Segall’s pal and garage rock mad scientist offers up a solid, crisp effort.
Swinging seamlessly between belly laughs and gut punches, but mostly relies on the latter.
What’s 10 years off for a bunch of proud pop punk lifers?
A self-assured, repeatedly gratifying debut.
A near-perfect appetizer for the forthcoming This Is My Hand.