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Graham MacRae: Dundrearies

Graham MacRae spins lyrics like they are tales from the factory. A working man’s lament, Dundrearies is a push forward in MacRae’s repertoire. The album (the third in his career) is more poised with songs that are an instant infatuation. “Daddy Don’t Mind” gains instant approval as MacRae’s deep voice echoes out

Stonecutters: Creatio Ex Nihil

Louisville’s Stonecutters is a surprising discovery! The band brings out an intensity that works on various levels and creates an album of almost extinct gutter punk, fueled with a glimmer of technical metal, and combined together to blast out one hell of a release. “Internal Diatribes” starts out with a baroque

Hobbyist: Self-Titled

Chicago’s Hobbyist reminds me a lot of Mecca Normal sucking the teet of Satan channeled through the rumble of Karen O’s bowels. Power through insanity, Marc Mozga (vocals, drum machine programming, guitars, bass, melodica) and Holly Prindle (vocals) are a stunning duo of expressive tribalism and estranged from the typical duo.