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A mixed bag of bleep-bloop synth rock from Thee Oh Sees’ John Dwyer.
Tonight’s theme: intelligent musicianship.
Get used to this voice, cause we’re about to hear more of it than ever.
More marketing ploy than thoughtful collaboration.
Goodbye sunny youth. Hello unclear future.
Drunk punk art rapper gets weird, we get lucky.
It was a solemn occasion. It was a joyous disco. It was curious.
Not a revisiting, but a redefining.
The Scotland post-punk outfit previewed album No. 3.
Slaves to the rock groove produce another excellent record.
Burning through their influences and using the ashes to paint their own sound.
We’ve all heard about these dinners. Philip Cosores went to one.