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07 de Março de 2012

I’ve been listening to the debut LP by Pamplona’s Reina Republicana incessantly for about a month now. It’s absolutely lovely. They sound like a Spanish version of Seattle’s Seapony. Sweet, shimmery, perfect indie pop. So pretty. Their album is out now on Limbo Starr. Get it.





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07 de Março de 2012

The Wonderful and Frightening World of the Fall is probably the most accessible album in Fall's entire catalog. Along with This Nation's Saving Grace, it is their best work from the Brix period. Actually...it's one of their best works period. It's rather strange hearing Mark E. Smith's familiar snarl in the context of a pop song like "Oh Brother" and "C.R.E.E.P." but it works surprisingly well. But the best song in the album may very well be the opening track "Lay of the Land" which starts off with some strange chanting and builds up to classic Fall punk rock. "God-Box", "Elves", and "No Bulbs" are excellent songs too. In short, this album is the perfect blend of artsy post punk and pop music.

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06 de Março de 2012

This was the first Go-Betweens record to feature dapper bassist Robert Vickers - with bassist/singer Grant McLennan switching to guitar - giving the Go-Betweens a dual guitar line-up, thus increasing melodic possibilities and filling out their overall sound. Here was a significant change since previously, Go-Betweens songs were distinctive for odd yet lovely interwoven melodic exchanges between bass and guitar. With Grant now playing much of the lead guitar parts, the songs show greater sophistication with more complex and fuller arrangements, not to mention greater attention is given to how melodies play off each other harmonically.

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05 de Março de 2012

Though Bobby Womack's in great voice, there's only one major thing wrong with The Poet II: it's an inferior follow-up to The Poet, which successfully executed ideas Womack had been tinkering with since 1979's Roads of Life. This seeks the success The Poet got by surprise. Womack's skill is his pragmatic take on relationships, but on The Poet II his aim is a little off. "Love Has Finally Come at Last" is the first of three duets with Patti LaBelle.

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04 de Março de 2012

Metropol is an indie pop-rock band from Valencia, Spain. Influences: U2, The Killers, Oasis, Tindersticks, Coldplay, Radiohead, Pink Floyd and many more. Since the release of their first EP in 2006 they have become the spanish band with the highest number of contacts and plays on myspace. Thanks to this achievement they had the opportunity to get in contact with many fans from all over the world including a good number of film-makers who offered themselves to carry out a series of videos (one for each one of the songs included in the cd) which are now on display on the band's official webpage . At the end of 2009 Metropol entered a studio to record their debut album and, after one year and half of hard work, they finally managed to release their self-produced record " My own gravity" in the spring of 2011. The album "My own gravity" is currently downloadable for free on the official webpage and on the facebook page of the band. Facebook page.



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03 de Março de 2012

Full length album Tender Opposites will be released on February 28th on tape, CD and Worldwide Digital in North America via Arbutus Records and in EU/UK on limited edition tape via Atelier Ciseaux




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comforts of madness


in ribbons


half-life


throwing back the apple


slow buildings





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02 de Março de 2012

Following the botched collaboration with David Byrne on Mesopotamia, the B-52's decided to craft their fourth album as a return to the pop-culture funk explosion of their debut. Smartly, they decided to not simply replicate the skewed Southern funk of that album, choosing to update their signature sound with drum machines and new wave synths. As a result, it now sounds a little forced and dated, but the best moments -- "Legal Tender," "Whammy Kiss," "Butterbean," "Song for a Future Generation" -- rank as B-52's classics, and the entire record is certainly entertaining, even with its faults.

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01 de Março de 2012

The two men behind This Vision, singer Marcus Lantz and synthesizer player/programmer Christian Liedholm Hartmann, have known each other since their early teens, growing up on the same street in a suburban town outside Helsingborg in southern Sweden. They had both been playing music for several years when they first started playing together. Marcus was 17, and Christian 16 years old at the time. In the seven years that followed they played various kinds of rock and pop together in different bands but it wasn’t until 2005 that they first started to experiment with synthesizers and a more electronic sound under the name This Vision.

20th Century is the first single from the album "The Golden Age We Lost" (Devotion Records/Border Music, scheduled to be released in April/May, 2012.




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01 de Março de 2012

Porcupine was loaded with songs like that, unfolding with the cascading stomp of "The Cutter", one of the band's best singles with its weird, elastic synthesizer melodies. While it showcases some of The Bunnymen's most aggressively rhythmic material, though, Porcupine also houses its share of strange, abstract material such as the title track and "My White Devil", songs that lurch on Spartan rhythms and mix disparate textures like Spanish guitar and cravenly artificial synthesizer, a fact that's led many to inaccurately characterize the album as the band's "difficult" record, something it's really not.


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