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MAGRUDERGRIND - Retrieval Of Confiscated Turn Tables

Magrudergrind derive their name from a D.C. housing project where they used to practice, and large swaths of their required-to-get-your-grind-card audio samples suggest that they are a true product of their enviornment.

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X-RAY SPEX - "Oh Bondage! Up Yours!!!!

Though raw, strange, and legitimately subversive, the songs of *Germfree Adolescents *have traditional structures. There are persistent verses and choruses and swaggering solos, steady beats and percussive hip-shaking claps;

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TURNOVER - How Messy And Complicated Real Life Can Get

Though it’s a warm and often gentle record, not much about Turnover's Peripheral Vision is subtle. Start with the cover, which is a pretty girl in a field, her image washed out, soaked in amber and obscured by a spiderwebbed glass.

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berTANDANG #09

berTANDANG #09 series was held at Tandang Store on 19th July 2018, Thursday and featuring the brilliant soulful Otam (w. Endee Ahmad), dilgeridoo maestro, AP Meal and heartly dark-folk, Hell Low.

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KHEMMIS - Tailor-Made For Massive And Far-Reaching Success

I’m more than happy to admit that I’m a very late joiner to the Khemmis train. Oh, sure, I’d heard the name around, I knew they were pretty well liked and that there was a fair bit of hype building behind them, and had even caught a glimpse of their

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WOODEN SHJIPS - Gazing Upon The City You Love Through A Smoky Haze

The dyed-in-the-wool psych-rock band returns with some of their most accessible songs to date, full of fuzz-pedal jams that capture moments of fleeting happiness in dark days.

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NO USE FOR A NAME - Twenty-Two Minutes Of Flawless Punk

If you’re looking for a good, solid punk album that never delves into the self-pity or self-parodying of most Pop-Punk bands, but also is never too preachy or political then this is the album you should look for.

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RANCID - Back Where They Came From

Rancid, on the contrary, chose to somewhat go back to their roots as a way to deal with these complex times, and Trouble Maker, out on the usual Epitaph and Hellcat Records, is their most aggressive work in more than fifteen years.

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JOE STRUMMER & THE MESCALEROS - The Amalgamation Of Rock And Reggae

With the release of the posthumous Streetcore, Joe Strummer fans have another bittersweet reminder of just what was lost last year when the 50-year-old Clash legend died from an undiagnosed congenital heart condition.

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LEMURIA - Invigorating and Exciting

This album is where the going gets truly great and THIS ALBUM is the one which feels destined to make superstars of the band.

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BLUR - The Missing Link Between The Psychedelic Haze

That band are Blur, their ire aroused due to the image of a naked girl posing on the back of a hippo emblazoned eleven times across the cover of their debut single 'She's So High', released a month earlier.

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FIRST AID KIT - Stockholm's Folk Duo

Those already familiar with First Aid Kit may be shocked by the portent in the title of their second album, The Lion's Roar.

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