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Album Review: Dean Monkey & The Dropouts – “Dean’s Steak House”

by Nathan Cardiff The only Lawrence doo-wop rockers (or at least the youngest) that I’ve ever heard, Dean Monkey & The Dropouts, have put their

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Album Review: Justin Klaas – “What Changed?”

by Nathan Cardiff Justin Klaas is a workaholic. The guy doesn’t rest as far as I know, constantly releasing material (just look at the EPs

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Album Review: Fourth of July – “Empty Moon”

by Nathan Cardiff It’s a cliche and an obvious statement to say that a band matures with their latest release, but cliche or not, it

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Album Review: Ponyboy. – “Dick Dick Dick” EP

by Nathan Cardiff In a past life, Charles McVey and I worked together. As a matter of fact, Ponyboy. was just a newborn when we

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Album Review: Spirit Is The Spirit – “Baktun Baby” EP

by Nathan Cardiff Spirit Is The Spirit has released the ambitious and dreamy four track EP Baktun Baby, just in time for the beginning of

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Album Review: The ACBs – “Little Leaves”

by Nathan Cardiff One of my most anticipated releases of 2013, The ACBs have delivered us their latest record. I wish I could lie and

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Album Review: The Lucky – “The Lucky” EP

by Nathan Cardiff Kansas City band The Lucky have released a fun, fast, and frantic little four-track EP to combat the wintertime blues. The trio

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Album Review: Bloodbirds – “Psychic Surgery”

by Nathan Cardiff I’ve been fortunate enough to see Bloodbirds play live a handful of times, and the intensity they bring to the stage is

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Album Review: The Dead Girls – “Fade In/Fade Out”

by Nathan Cardiff Much like the newest record from The Dead Girls, I’m just gonna cut to the chase: it’s fantastic. Starting with the one-two-three

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Album Review: Olassa – “I Love You, Come Back To Me”

by Nathan Cardiff “Where will I live when I die?” is the first lyric we hear on Olassa’s EP. Not only is it a dark