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UNWRITTEN LAW – The Hum

September 16, 2022

Cleopatra 2022 Not frightened by the state of show business, Californian noiseniks return into the fray to observe the gloom. There’s something incongruous about nihilists sneaking a Stevie Nicks tune into their platter’s context – but then, what can scream … Continue reading

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EATER – Ant

June 21, 2022

Cleopatra 2022 Restored and salvaged from oblivion, lost era’s artifact makes a no-brainer advent. Arguably the youngest ensemble of the original British punk generation, this bunch’s long-playing studio legacy consists solely of “The Album” that, in true nihilistic fashion, didn’t … Continue reading

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THE FUZZTONES – Encore

April 24, 2022

Cleopatra 2022 To celebrate their four-decade run, garage-rock revivalists give the people what they don’t know they wanted. 2022 marks this American ensemble’s 40th anniversary which provided the veterans with an excuse to present their faithful followers with previously unreleased … Continue reading

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AM SAMSTAG – Dualism

February 28, 2022

Black Market Music 2022 Swiss noiseniks serve up a blistering set of unambiguous dilemmas to puzzle the listener with melodic paradoxes. It took this Lausanne ensemble almost three years to get from their 2019 debut EP to a full-length platter … Continue reading

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THE FURYS – Again

September 29, 2021

Arcane Alley 2021 They talked, they danced, they’re back to their devices once more: American rebels mature but refuse to grow up. A mere two full-length albums in more than four decades may mean either nefarious non-conformism or predatory unprofessionalism, … Continue reading

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