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Feel the burn with Thighmaster’s new music video

New year, new me, right? Well, considering the pandemic we may just skip the gym instead and opt for a home workout. Luckily, our dear

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Album Review: Ebony Tusks – “Heal_Thyself”

Was there ever any doubt that Ebony Tusks’ debut LP could match the excellent and experimental energy of their live show? Heal_Thyself showcases the trio as masters

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Premiere: Fullbloods – “Present By Proxy” Single

Mild West was one of my favorite albums of 2016 (as reviewed in this very publication) and a record I find myself returning to quite

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Photo Gallery: Ebony Tusks / VISITOR / Raw Space

Ebony Tusks / Photo by Fally Afani When Ebony Tusks take the stand, people listen. It's easy to see why. Their larger-than-life presence takes up
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Review: Ebony Tusks – “HDF” Single

At long last, Ebony Tusks give us their debut single on High Dive Records / Intelligent Sound. One of the most exciting live acts of

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Album Review: Thighmaster – “Between The Knees and Squeeze”

Rumbling surf rock simmers on Between The Knees and Squeeze, the debut album from Lawrence’s Thighmaster. The dual vocals blending crystal clear with super fuzzed

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Photo Gallery: The Sluts / Drugs & Attics / Wick and the Tricks / Sona

The Replay and I Heart Local Music hosted a night of garage rock as four local bands shredded the night away on the cozy Downtown
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Album Review: Empty Moon – “The Empty Moon Story”

Five long years have passed since Brendan Hangauer’s debut album under the moniker Empty Moon (add a year for the Fourth of July record from

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Album Review: Y god Y – S/T EP

The bombastic dramatics on Y god Y’s debut EP cover you like a warm blanket with bass drops and melancholic howls all over. The duo

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The Creepy Jingles throw it back to psychedelic garage rock with new song

The Creepy Jingles just premiered their new single off their upcoming album, and it may be the funnest minute of music of the week. Coming