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Atlas Losing Grip – Currents Review

Atlas Losing Grip – Currents (Creative Destructor) ★★★★ Atlas Losing Grip returns for their third release and a dense one at that. Currents is intense. The intensity lies in the deepness in a way Atlas Losing Grip explores. This is one of the more philosophical punk albums I have heard yet. … Read More ›

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Album Review: 11Paranoias – Stealing Fire From Heaven

11PARANOIAS—Stealing Fire From Heave Ritual Productions Link: Bandcamp Not really a sludge band, but just as postering, 11PARANOIAS are the ghosts that haunt the ward and hallucinations that infect your mind. Stealing Fire From Heaven feels like you are peering through caverns against society and the mustiness of their guitar … Read More ›

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Also – EP01 Review

Also – EP01 (R and S Records) ★★★ I remember when I first got my taste of Plastikman and the acid house movement. It was like opening up my consciousness into new realms. I immediately got that same feeling when I put on Also’s EP01. Only three songs, each song … Read More ›

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Young Mammals – Alto Seco (Album Review)

Young Mammals Alto Seco Odd Hours Records Link: Bandcamp Powering through like a boss, Young Mammals return with a second album that is full of pop spunk energy while maintaining some kind of sweet sincerity. Blame it on Carlos Sanchez’s voice to add a little bit of charm to an … Read More ›

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Alma Construct – Alma Construct EP Review

Alma Construct – Alma Construct EP (R and S Records) ★★★ Josh Thompson’s debut EP is not your typical analog rehashing. The 19 year old creates an electronic landscape as diverse as you can imagine within the confines of his own technology. “Deer Drink From the River” takes more from the … Read More ›

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Ajax Ray O’Vague – Dreaming In Subtitles Review

Ajax Ray O’Vague – Dreaming in Subtitles (Independent) ★★★★ Anthony J. Resta is the quiet genius. The producer has launched many great albums in the last two decades and has a resume that includes working with bands and musicians like Elton John, Duran Duran, and Collective Soul among others. After … Read More ›

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Woman’s Hour – Conversations (Album Review)

Woman’s Hour Conversations Secretly Canadian Links: Facebook | Secretly Canadian Watching the video to the title track is a strange experience. You go through many emotions and much like the cover artwork, it’s monochromatic features hypnotically transfer over to video. Most of the time is spent using angles and points … Read More ›

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Wolvhammer–Clawing Into Black Sun (Album Review)

Wolvhammer Clawing Into Black Sun Profound Lore Links: Wolvhammer Bandcamp | Profound Lore Bandcamp You realize you can control it all? The universe? Your destiny? The psyche in your own mind? Who gives a shit about reality and the things that are around it, you can move mountains and crawl … Read More ›