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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: Langhorne Slim And The War Eagles – Langhorne Slim And The War Eagles

The War Eagles add to Langhorne Slim’s mix of traditional, yet untraditional folk sensibilities. Read More »

Music Review: The Kills – Midnight Boom

The Kills' "Midnight Boom" is indicative of that assessment: blow your mind for 30 minutes, rest, then hit repeat. Read More »

Music Review: Lykke Li – Little Bit EP

Lykke Li's "Little Bit" EP feels both complete and unfinished at the same time, leaving behind an anxiety for the full LP's release. Read More »

Music Review: The Sword – Gods Of The Earth

Heightened testosterone levels and manly experiences result from The Sword's sophomore album "Gods Of The Earth." Read More »

Music Review: Hello Tokyo – Sell The Stars

Hello Tokyo slowly progresses from an alternative punk to a more alternative rock flavor all within the course of a brisk but filling 43-minute album. Read More »

Music Review: Annuals – Wet Zoo EP

If North Carolina hopes to be an indie breeding ground, then the Annuals might be the sign that Tar Heel residents were waiting for. Read More »

Music Review: The Kooks – Konk

Fun is what The Kooks are all about on their sophomore record. Read More »

Music Review: El Perro Del Mar – From The Valley To The Stars

Sarah Assbring's sophomore album brings back the heavenly and gloomy side of El Perro Del Mar. Read More »

Music Review: Eric Avery – Help Wanted

Twenty years after Janes Addiction's debut album in 1987, and original bassist Eric Avery has finally released his first solo album. Read More »

Music Review: Ghostland Observatory – Robotique Majestique

G.O.'s third album Robotique Majestique surprisingly feels alienating, split into a love it or hate it attitude. Read More »