Trentemøller: Lost

Danish producer Anders Trentemøller (better known as simply Trentemøller) teamed up with artists such as Blonde Redhead’s Kazu Makino, Ghost Society and Sune Rose Wagner of The Raveonettes to create his third studio album, Lost. This marks a new era for the producer as he distances himself further and …

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Mary Alouette: The Lark

If you feel yourself getting swept away into a pool of ambience and abstractness, then you may be indulged in The Lark, Mary Alouette’s third musical endeavor. The EP can easily be described as one beautiful head trip. The lovely Miss Alouette combines a long history of training as …

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Southern Hospitality: Easy Livin’

The members of Southern Hospitality were all playing a festival with their separate acts when they jammed together on a whim, and just as a one-night stand may eventually lead to a charming child, the positive reception of the session led to this fine offspring. Easy Livin’ is a good, …

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Seventh Tower: Seventh Tower

Spanning 18 minutes and boasting the same powerful aggressive edge that made so many hardcore bands famous is the debut EP Seventh Tower from the group of the same name. In the case of hardcore musicians, Seventh Tower finds its place situated nicely in one of the more dynamic corners. …

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Slim Wray: Sack Lunch

Especially for those of us in the music journalism industry, it can seem nowadays like Brooklyn has become a self-sustaining facility for the mass production of deep, dreamy indie pop. With their debut LP, Sack Lunch, Slim Wray is a two-course meal that shatters that mold and attempts to …

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On The Water: False Starts

As much bite as top-shelf whisky with lyrics that are at times both deliciously absurd and all around endearing, is the best way to describe the earnest and inspired work of On The Water. Their debut, False Starts, is anything but another ordinary indie folk record in a sea …

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Ten Ton Man: Ten Ton Man

The thematic and ardent sounds of Ten Ton Man’s self-titled debut album are best described as a return to the deep roots of Americana. Largely influenced by the music of Johnny Cash and inspired by the death of singer Paul Livornese’s father, the record presents familiarity in a unique and …

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The It*Men: Greatest Its Vol. 1 and Vol. 2

Party grunge-punks The It*Men released their remastered 2004 record, Greatest Its, with an additional six tracks onto a double-disc set, Greatest Its, Vol. 1 and Greatest Its, Vol. 2, this past June. Like something straight out of This Is Spinal Tap, The It*Men fabricated a long rock …

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Eliza Moore: Everything To Me

Inspired by the need to get closer to her audience, Eliza Moore stepped into the studio to reveal a more exposed and authentic side to herself with her latest EP, Everything To Me, based on her faith in life, love and religion. Moore uses a combination of her incredibly …

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Blackfield: Blackfield IV

Blackfield IV is the fourth studio album by Aviv Geffen and Steven Wilson. The two formed Blackfield in 2000 after Wilson’s band Porcupine Tree performed with Geffen in Israel. This album contains 11 tracks with a run time just over 30 minutes. Members of Suede, Mercury Rev and Anathema all …

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