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Matt pond PA – “Last Light” : Sentimentalist Magazine Review

Brace yourself for another bittersweet album about… love. Pond takes us through an acoustic journey about the struggle and loneliness …Read the Rest

25 Sep 2007 | 2 comments | More

Sea Wolf – “Leaves in The River” : Sentimentalist Magazine Review

Like Jack London’s protagonist Wolf Larson in his 1904 book The Sea-Wolf, Alex Brown Church’s songwriting is ambitious and intelligent, …Read the Rest

25 Sep 2007 | 1 comment | More

Via Audio – “Say Something” : Sentimentalist Magazine Review

The most striking element of this long awaited first full-length from NYC’s Via Audio is the diversity in its sound. …Read the Rest

25 Sep 2007 | More

Moving Units co-headlining with VHS or BETA this November

Our favorite L.A. dark dance rock pioneers, Moving Units, are featured in Sentimentalist Magazine’s fall issue 26 for good reason. …Read the Rest

24 Sep 2007 | More

Shocking Pinks: None too Shocking: Sentimentalist Magazine Online Exclusive Interview

I met with Mr. Nick Harte in the Astralwerks offices, which, as a label slowly learning to be a distribution …Read the Rest

24 Sep 2007 | More

Einstürzende Neubauten new album, Alles wieder offen

Some of Sentimentalist Magazine’s staff have just returned from a short jaunt to Berlin, so what better news than that …Read the Rest

23 Sep 2007 | 1 comment | More

The Voyces : Sentimentalist Magazine How Hear This

What year did the band form. My answer would be 2006, but it’s up for debate. How did all the …Read the Rest

22 Sep 2007 | 5 comments | More

The Shackeltons : Sentimentalist Magazine Now Hear This

What year did the band form? Dan Schuchman: January 2005…that was when Justin’s brother, Josh played bass, and our friend …Read the Rest

22 Sep 2007 | 6 comments | More

Dragons Of Zynth : Sentimentalist Magazine Now Hear This

What year did the band form? Akwetey: 2005 How did all the band members meet? Aku and I were kicking …Read the Rest

22 Sep 2007 | 1 comment | More

Maps Plots First US Road Trek

 James Chapman, aka mastermind behind UK’s Mercury Prize-nominated Maps is finally making his way across the pond to let Americans …Read the Rest

20 Sep 2007 | More