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Deborah Stokol – In a Time of Lockets, A Time of Lace (feat. Igor Kogan, Scarlet a. Newman-Thomas & Rachel Stokol) Genre: Folk, Bluegrass, Americana Similar artists: Alison Krauss, Laura Marling, Sinead O’Connor, Lisa Hannigan, Chris Thile, Dead…
7.8
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Iuliano – Stay Where You Are Genre: Progressive Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative Rock Similar artists: Radiohead Modern tech was absolutely hated by pop-rock purists by the time it moved music-making past the guitar-amp-arms setup. In fact, as late as the 90s you…
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Sïckö – Oregon Genre: Post Rock Artists fall in love with the silliest things. Because many of these are ephemeral they hardly ever find a way to explain themselves to the world. Colors, sounds, a beautiful sunset? Those are hardly practical things, but they…
7.3
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Retro stars: Ben Burr and Orange Animal reviewed

Orange Animal – The Beach Genre: Classic Rock, 90s Rock, Alternative Rock Neil Young’s The Ditch trilogy was one of the first examples of a North-American recording artist seemingly turning his back on the sounds and aesthetics that had made him a rich…
7.3
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Riff stew: Pi Fire and Black Citrus reviewed

Black Citrus – Dionysus’ Eyes Genre: Stoner Rock, Doom Metal / Sludge Max Cavalera tells the story of how he, and his brother Igor, saved up on money to buy a guitar. The purpose was to start a band using the few records that they owned as inspiration. Upon…