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A proud dork and loser, Tan The Man writes mostly about film and music, and has previously covered the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival, South By Southwest and WonderCon.

Music Review: Great Northern – Remind Me Where The Light Is

Los Angeles-based indie duo Great Northern have great ambitions for their sophomore album. Read More »

Music Review: Cotton Jones – Paranoid Cocoon

Michael Nau and Whitney McGraw's Cotton Jones is nothing like their previous band Page France. Read More »

Music Review: Greycoats – Setting Fire To The Great Unknown

Minnesota indie band Greycoats might seem to have a compelling argument for a new indie subgenre -- melodrama. Read More »

Music Review: Ice Palace – Wonder Subtly Crushing Us

Ice Palace could have gone more in either the happy hardcore or the folksy Americana direction, but instead trod down both for a very 'is that it?' experience. Read More »

Music Review: School Of Seven Bells – Alpinisms

A complex multi-layered and simply beautiful album. Read More »

Music Review: Ed Harcourt – Russian Roulette EP

Ed Harcourt's "Russian Roulette" is a stop-gap to his future fifth full-length album...a lovely precursor to something bigger. Read More »

Music Review: Empire Of The Sun – Walking On A Dream

Australian duo Empire Of The Sun takes electro-pop to cinematic, if not celestial heights. Read More »

Music Review: Paper Route – Absence

Paper Route's Absence is a satisfying throwback to 1980s electronic rock. Read More »

Music Review: A Camp – Colonia

So much of A Camp's sophomore album is filled with Nina Persson's words that we grow to expect to hear them all the time. Read More »

Music Review: La Strada – La Strada EP

La Strada feels more like an orchestra than a band, joining the likes of Arcade Fire as indie pop darlings. Read More »