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Music Review: Camper Van Beethoven – ‘New Roman Times’ [Deluxe Edition]

Camper Van Beethoven

This re-release shows Camper Van Beethoven at their best as a talented, sometimes wacky and always unpredictable band. Read More »

Music Review: Wrongchilde – Gold Blooded

Wrongchilde-Gold Blooded

As side projects go, this isn't one for which I can fault the artist. He recognized he had created something that didn’t fit his previously constructed pigeonhole and gave it a voice anyway. Read More »

Music Review: The Society Islands – ‘The Big Sleep’

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'The Big Sleep' guides listeners through an interesting auditory dream. Read More »

Music Review: Michael Cullen – ‘True Believer’

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The nine tracks of 'True Believer' are built around Michael Cullen’s baritone to create an interesting listening experience. Read More »

Music Review: The Slang – ‘The Slang’ EP

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The Slang are set to release their five-track EP, which manages to sound both familiar and fresh. Read More »

Music Review: Game Theory – ‘Blaze of Glory’ [2014 Reissue]

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New wave and power pop fans should get Game Theory's newly reissued 1982 'Blaze of Glory,' especially if they haven't experienced this nugget before. Read More »

Music Review: Karen Haglof – ‘Western Holiday’

Western Holiday

Singer and guitarist Karen Haglof's debut is original, engaging and defies easy categorization. Read More »

Music Review: The Posies – ‘Failure’ [Reissue]

The Posies - Failure (2014 Reissue)

A new reissue of The Posies' 'Failure' is a power pop nugget for lovers of jangle rock. Read More »

Music Review: Monks of Mellonwah – ‘Turn The People’

Monks of Mellonwah

A new band that spans a few genres, bringing them together in a promising debut album. Read More »

Concert Review: Kaiser Chiefs at the El Rey, Los Angeles, 2/25/14

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The boys from Leeds return to Los Angeles in fine form and with great new material. Read More »