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Bell X1 – “Flock”

Bell X1 is one of the biggest bands in Ireland, and finally making their “it’s-about damn-time” play for the States …Read the Rest

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The Big Sleep – “Sleep Forever”

  Definitely not a victim of the sophomore slump, The Big Sleep’s latest offering is cool, both loud and subdued, …Read the Rest

19 Feb 2008 | 1 comment | More

Bon Iver – “For Emma, Forever Ago”

  This striking debut was written by Justin Vernon (formerly of DeYarmond Edison) during a three-month residence at a cabin …Read the Rest

19 Feb 2008 | More

Devestations – “Yes, U”

  Mix one part Bauhaus, one part Nick Cave, throw in some opera rock, and you got something that can …Read the Rest

19 Feb 2008 | 1 comment | More

Headlights – “Some Racing, Some Stopping”

This sophomore album comes as a slight surprise when one considers Headlights’ driving debut Kill Them With Kindness. The Champaign, …Read the Rest

19 Feb 2008 | 2 comments | More

Ida – “Lovers Prayers”

  All-American indie rock band Ida’s seventh album is all about love, reminiscing, personal meditations, and dreams — it is, …Read the Rest

19 Feb 2008 | 1 comment | More

Mia Doi Todd – “Gea”

  Mia Doi Todd believes in the powers of creative expression and song and uses all the energy in her …Read the Rest

19 Feb 2008 | 1 comment | More

Morcheeba – “Dive Deep”

  Morcheeba have been able to successfully sail past the Skye Edwards years into a new chapter, which is apparent …Read the Rest

19 Feb 2008 | More

The Mountain Goats – “Heretic Pride”

  Singer/songwriter John Darnielle and prolific company keep folk-rock relevant on the new Heretic Pride, their 16th album in almost …Read the Rest

19 Feb 2008 | More

The Raveonettes – “Lust, Lust, Lust”

An intoxicating, noisy raspberry swirl of lust, one-night stands, their moral consequences and a painful break-up throbs at the center …Read the Rest

19 Feb 2008 | 2 comments | More