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Secret heartache: Dana and the Wolf and Moviola reviewed

Moviola – Go With You Genre: Indie Folk, Americana, Slowcore Bob Dylan is often asked about his talent for songwriting. To what does he attribute it? How does he maintain it? How can others learn to do the same? While he usually gives playful answers meant to…
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Future punks: Public Body and Garbanatos reviewed

Garbanotas – Hey Love Genre: Dream-pop, Rock, Punk There’s only so much that you can sit around playing power-chords and choppy rhythms without beginning to wonder what other sorts of sounds those instruments can produce. It’s only natural that by…
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Psychedelia bayou: JoobieSeaz and Beatific reviewed by Alt77

Beatific – hyphEnate Genre: Indietronica, Indie Rock, Alternative Rock The days when recording artists had to religiously adhere to a certain style in order to have their work sold inside of a music store seem like centuries ago. But, back in the days where the…
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Youth rock: Swiss Army Wife and Candid reviewed by Alt77

CANDID – Wasted Time Genre: Indie Rock Similar artists: Blossoms, Circa Waves, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Inhaler The majority of serious rock listeners and, especially, music journalists, treat cheerful-sounding pop music with disdain. Now, I don’t…
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Pop and a hard place: Ali Horn and Badsoma reviewed by Alt77

BADSOMA – Heat and Disorder Genre: Indietronica, Indie Pop, Alternative Rock Similar artists: Tame Impala, LCD Soundsystem, Radiohead, Destroyer Musicians, no matter whether famous or relatively unknown, rich or poor, good or stinkingly bad, are an egocentric…
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Evil Kicks: Beaten by Hippies and NORMANS reviewed by Alt77

NORMANS – Anti Crusoe Lo-fi Rock, Indie Pop, Alternative Rock People hate poets if they happen to know them. People love the poets they never got to meet. Perhaps, it’s all a matter of separating what is vital, from what is frivolous. Most people sweat and…