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Vick's EOTY Picks of 2018: Part I

Unless you’ve been camping out under a rock this whole year, 2018 has already been an incredible year for new releases. And if I were to compile this whole list in December, noone would get through the whole thing. 1.150 altre parole

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Album Review: Erin Rae - Putting on Airs

The cover of Erin Rae’s new album is a painting by Nashville artist Harry Underwood, depicting a barroom scene – in it a woman puts a song on the jukebox, a man sits at the bar and the space between them is both small and vast at the same time. 516 altre parole

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ALBUM REVIEW: American Dream by The Chicago Vin Coalition


The Chicago Vin Coalition is a garage/blues rock band hailing from Boston, Massachusetts. It is centred around singer/songwriter Chicago Vin Earnshaw, backed up by a fine array of musicians including Don Larsen on lead guitar and Leo Dumas on drums. 684 altre parole

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Album Review: LIK - Carnage

LIK (‘corpse’ in Swedish, apparently) are something of a Swedish death metal supergroup, with members from Witchery, Nale, Katatonia, and Bloodbath (which is essentially a supergroup in itself), and  430 altre parole

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Album Review: Angel Olsen - Phases

With Phases, Angel Olsen offers a remarkably intimate, although slightly incongruous, selection of previously unreleased tracks, covers, and B-sides, that simultaneously reinforce her lo-fi country/folk sound while paying tribute to her various influences. 629 altre parole

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Album Review: Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile - Lotta Sea Lice

Lotta Sea Lice is the long-anticipated collaborative album from Philadelphia psychedelic folk artist Kurt Vile and Australian indie raconteur Courtney Barnett, and the result of their musical union is an album that simultaneously blends the distinctive styles of the two musicians, while also emphasising their unique differences.  749 altre parole

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Heretic Order - Evil Rising

Here is my review for UK Heavy Metallers THE HERETIC ORDER new album “Evil Rising”!

1. Prelude starts things with some epic synths and storm samples. 967 altre parole

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