Newsletter 08
August 2016
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[12845 bands] [98392 albums] [1539 reviews] [47 interviews]

Rival Sons: Hollow Bones
Rival Sons is a relatively young retro hard rock band, who brings us back to the classic textures of the early seventies. Critics often compare...[continue]
The Claypool Lennon Delirium: Monolith of Phobos
The Claypool Lennon Delirium. Huh? Is this another one of Lester's gags? No it's legitimate. Sean Lennon is the son of Yoko Ono and the late John...[continue]
The Melvins: Basses Loaded
The Melvins are one of the earliest, if not the oldest band in the grunge genre. They play a unique brand of grunge, which crosses stoner rock with...[continue]
Candlebox: Disappearing in Airports
Their two thousand eight album ,Into the Sun, rocked out with moderate quality. About half of the songs were decent rockers and the rest were boring...[continue]
Candlebox: Candlebox
Uncle Duke was a grunge project formed by a couple of trendy young musicians, circa nineteen ninety in Seattle. In ninety one, there were several...[continue]
The Casualties: Chaos Sound
Any booger eating moron knows that punk rock is funny. But punkcore is both funny and crazy, which makes for an entertaining listening experience. ...[continue]
Local H: Hey, Killer
Their two thousand eight release, Twelve Angry Months, was a concept album about the bitter break up of a failed relationship. It rocked out pretty...[continue]
Semnal M: Unplugged
Rare Roton cassette with the beautiful Semnal M concert recorded in Iasi[continue]

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