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Tag Archives: Review

Dodos – Individ

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The Dodos remain true to their instincts on energetic sixth album

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White Fence – For the Recently Found Innocent

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Borrowing, updating, deconstructing and reinventing the psychedelic and garage rock of the late ‘60s, White Fence gives the impression of a time machine gone haywire.

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Murs & ¡Mayday! – ¡MursDay!

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Murs’ first album since signing to Tech N9ne’s Strange Music label is a cross-coast collaboration with Miami crew ¡Mayday! that revels in a nimble, from-scratch artistry while making the most of both halves.

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Les Claypool’s Duo de Twang – Four Foot Shack

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Four Foot Shack is a fascinatingly strange hybrid from one of rock’s all-time greatest weirdos.

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The Donkeys – Ride the Black Wave

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The musical traditions the Donkeys draw from are pure California, the good vibrations of sunny pop, beach rock, breezy alt-country and psychedelic jams.

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Joe Henry – Invisible Hour

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Henry’s latest is full of fascinating, literate and personal songs.

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Lee Fields & The Expressions – Emma Jean

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Throughout Emma Jean, Fields struts, croons, shouts and turns on a low, tuneful vulnerability, matched at each turn by his terrific band.

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Megafauna – Maximalist

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Fans of anything at the loud and heavy end of the musical spectrum will find tons to like in the innovation and power of Megafauna’s latest collection of tunes.

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La Sera – Hour of the Dawn

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Hour of the Dawn is the sound of La Sera’s Katy Goodman bursting out, personally and musically.

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Gardens & Villa – Dunes

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For their second album, this Santa Barbara, Calif., quintet ditched the beach to record at the retro-themed Key Club in frigid Benton Harbor, Mich.

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