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Review: Narkalark – “Narkalark” EP

by Nathan Cardiff When Narkalark first released the single “The Metaphorest” this past summer, I was stunned. At over five minutes, it plays like an

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Review: Shy Boys – “Keeps Me On My Toes” Single

by Nathan Cardiff My anticipation continues to build for the Shy Boys debut LP, set to be released this January. After contributing the haunting track

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Album Review: JabberJosh – “Dos Hombres”

by Nathan Cardiff Oh, those Gunnerson brothers. Some of my fondest memories of seeing them live include their blink-and-it’s-gone SportsCenter theme, the Home Improvement song

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Review: Black On Black – “Get On With It”

by Nathan Cardiff In what I would’ve wagered to be an almost impossible move, Black On Black have released an EP that manages to be

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Album Review: Hidden Pictures – “Where Does the Story Go?” EP

by Nathan Cardiff In June I wrote a review for Sister Wife, a three track EP from Hidden Pictures. I ended the article by saying

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Album Review: Approach – “Make-Out With Violence”

by Nathan Cardiff Sixteen massive tracks and over an hour in length, the sprawling landscape that Make-Out With Violence inhabits is a stunning one. There

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Midwest Music Foundation Releases “Midwestern Audio Vol. 2: Electric Hullabaloo”

by Nathan Cardiff The Midwest Music Foundation has just released the second compilation of singles from fantastic local acts, new and old. The mix features

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Album Review: Approach – “Vanilla Brass”

by Nathan Cardiff Vanilla Brass plays almost exactly like a live performance from Approach; it’s entertaining, provoking, and most of all engaging. Approach manages to

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Review: Ponyboy. – “Hookups” EP

by Nathan Cardiff Those Ponyboy. men are back it, releasing a brief three track EP featuring covers of Peaches, The Cure, and Joan Jett. Hookups

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Album Review: The Noise FM – “Attraction”

by Nathan Cardiff I’ve been attempting to pin down an appropriate genre for The Noise FM and the best I can do is scruffy indie-pop.