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Refuge: Count Pariah and 18 Fevers review

18 Fevers – Danse Macabre Genre: Punk, Post-Punk, Alternative Rock Sex and death are two topics often covered in rock music, and most often together. They both possess a similar sort of allure, especially to young people, the core target audience of this type of…
8.0
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Bad omens: Sadly Sunday and Knightingale review

Knightingale – Gina Genre: Punk, Garage Rock The self-help industry is out of control, raising billions of dollars every year from people desperately looking for a guru or a method that will change their lives. And while some of the advice these people might…
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Winter sun: The Mellons and Flying Rabbit review

Flying Rabbit – Oslo Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Alt Pop There are few areas in the world that make more convincing, psychedelic, nature-inspired music than the Northern European countries. This is not, as some might believe, a choice but rather a necessity. With so…
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For renegade listeners: Hether and Dead Cherry review

Dead Cherry – Libations Genre: Post-Punk, Shoegaze, Alternative Rock Similar artists: Fontaines DC, Warmduscher, The Fall Punk-rockers are back in the mainstream consciousness, and they have a budget that they’re looking to spend. What will they spend it…
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Mind’s eye: Sophrosyne and SALÒ

SALÒ – Glock 17 Genre: Post-Punk, Pop Punk, New wave The music grouped under the “post-punk” umbrella is all about discomfort. It’s not the kind with which noise artists operate. It’s the anxiety of regular life, of bad conversations, bad…