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Album Review: Quiet Corral – “Ancestors”

by Nathan Cardiff Quiet Corral has put a tremendous amount of work in their new, enchanting record Ancestors. It captures a beauty and determination in

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Album Review: Maps For Travelers – “Change Your Name”

by Nathan Cardiff Change Your Name can be described as a roar, a bellow from the pit of an inferno. Maps For Travelers take their

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Album Review: La Guerre – “Violent”

by Nathan Cardiff Her second release of 2013 (under the La Guerre title), Katlyn Conroy’s newest record Violent comes to us a mere three months

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Album Review: Your Friend – “Jekyll/Hyde”

by Nathan Cardiff I first came across Your Friend’s music back in October of 2012. She was the headliner at a house show with three

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Review: Beaded Hall – “Honey Feather” EP

by Nathan Cardiff Has your summer not been surreal enough for you? How about bizarre? Could you use a bit of the peculiar in your

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Album Review: Mammoth Life – “Mammoth Life”

by Nathan Cardiff I’m not sure if the term “dream pop” was given to Mammoth Life or if the band adopted it themselves, but I

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Album Review: Red Kate – “When The Troubles Come”

by Nathan Cardiff Red Kate’s full length record When The Troubles Come is a rough and tumble, bare knuckle brawler, ready to romp and stomp

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Album Review: Heartscape Landbreak – “Practitioners of Light”

by Nathan Cardiff An epic force of guitars pierce even the strongest armor on “The Pattern,” the first track from Heartscape Landbreak’s Practitioners of Light.

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Album Review: CS Luxem – “June Igloo”

by Nathan Cardiff When he’s not belting out tunes with Dean Monkey & The Dropouts or shredding with Oils, multi-instrumentalist Christopher Luxem (aka CS) is

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Review – Bad Kids To The Front – “Post Teen Drama”

by Nathan Cardiff Post Teen Drama is soundtrack worthy; the title track that opens the record is a barrage of hammering drums, loud guitars, and