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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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Album Review: Stiff Middle Fingers – “American Refuse”

Stiff Middle Fingers are as wild and pissed off as they’ve ever been on American Refuse, which is absolutely no surprise as the political punks

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P!NK brings exciting athleticism to the Sprint Center

P!NK / Photo by Fally Afani Normally when you go to a high-production pop concert, you expect to see a hefty amount of excitement, props,
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Review: Organized Crimes – ‘Bel Ray Flats’ 7”

by Nathan Cardiff Organized Crimes’ new seven-inch single begins with a New Wave-y dream; “Bel Ray Flats” gives us a floating synth groove and sinks

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Album Review: Nicholas St. James – “Theatres”

by Nathan Cardiff I realize it’s only February, but the most fascinating musical moment of this whole year might be a kazoo solo. That’s right;

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Album Review: Major Games – “Major Games”

by Nathan Cardiff Seven months since releasing their single “Life,” Major Games finally gives us the full length record we have all been anxiously awaiting.

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Review: The Philistines – “Twitch of the Death Nerve/Arecibo”

by Nathan Cardiff Kansas City six-piece The Philistines come out like a hellbent street gang, chains scraping the ground and switchblades at the ready with

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Shamir is America’s Sweetheart

Let me tell you what an absolute joy it is to be in the presence of America’s sweetheart, Shamir. We caught Shamir at the SXSW

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Review: Tree Machines – “Tree Machines” EP

by Nathan Cardiff A cold-to-the-touch element shocks the system when you first play Tree Machines self-titled EP. It’s easy to feel that way when the

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Review: A Gecko Named Terrance – “A Gecko Named Terrance”

by Nathan Cardiff A hypnotic guitar lulls you to get comfortable, a growling whisper convinces you to move closer, and then finally the melancholic groove