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Album Review: My Oh My! – “Your Heart Not Mine”

by Nathan Cardiff Saloon door swingin’ rock ’n’ roll outfit My Oh My! are showing listeners how to have a good time with their record

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Album Review: Carswell & Hope – “A Hunger”

by Nathan Cardiff It seems more and more the word “magical” has in fact lost its meaning or simply become a snarky, sarcastic word for

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Album Review: Hello Biplane – “Line”

by Nathan Cardiff Beautifully folky Hello Biplane have delivered a fantastic record upon us this Spring. The airy, bouncing tunes feature a terrific tinge of

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The Tontons are full of Lawrence love

The Tontons may be one of the most popular bands in Houston, but Kansas may as well be a second home to them. When we

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Album Review: The Phantastics – “Closer”

by Nathan Cardiff On the final track of Closer, The Phantastics invite the audience to “go bananas,” but I assure you they (band and listener

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Album Review: SeaKings – “SeaKings”

by Nathan Cardiff The self-titled record from SeaKings brings an intensity of unbridled emotion to every track, making it soundtrack worthy. The slow explosion of

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Album Review: The Sluts – “Virile”

Editor’s introduction: A little over two years ago, we walked into the Jackpot expecting to cover An Horse on their tour. But when a brand

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Photo Gallery: Josh Berwanger Band / Dead Girls / Heidi Gluck

The day after Halloween can be a little groggy for some scenesters, but the energy ran high at the Replay Friday night thanks to the

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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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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.