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Nowhere near as essential as a live Rustie performance.
Flaming Lips side project digs deeper into psych and prog.
Dan Boeckner finds a way to combine the best of Handsome Furs, Wolf Parade, and Divine Fits.
Staten Island indie rockers explore innocence, loss, and the loss of innocence.
Consider this the counterpart to Several Shades of Why.
Mature beats for a jovial dance floor
An album that defies the latest round of claims that rock and roll is dead.
Raymond Raposa further wanders the post-Americana landscape
Mike Watt continues to follow his eclectic musical instincts, but can listeners keep up?
Solid songs worth hearing, but is it even a Cold Specks record?
Surf, post-punk, and B-movie horror gloom combined in an ambitious burst.
Another Dayton, Ohio band proves their worth.
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