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  • 3 years ago

    If anything is going to take you back to your high-school rasta phase, it's going to be this show with famed Jamaica outfit the Skatalites. Instrumental in forming the rude-boy sound by collaborating with iconic artists including Prince Buster, mu...

  • 5 years ago

    Hailing from Kingston, Ontario, small guy-big guy duo PS I Love You creates propulsive grunge out of sincerely adroit love songs (see "Butterflies and Boners"), emulating Japandroids' poppy noise assaults with more technical prowess. Thanks to Pau...

  • 5 years ago

    One look at the tousled hair and perpetually unlined faces of Chicago popsters the Smith Westerns (all 18-20 years old) and you might write them off as another Girls, albeit ones who never spent time in a cult. Luckily, an unexpected love of T. Re...

  • 5 years ago

    One of the mid-'00s Toronto indie acts to truly break out, Tokyo Police Club have placed their career on Saddle Creek Records making twinkly, glock-infused love songs that always rest on indecision. Champ (2010) wasn't a grave departure for the fo...

  • 5 years ago

    It's no wonder that Spoon front man Britt Daniel signed on to produce It's Frightening, the follow-up to Brooklyn sextet White Rabbits' 2007 breakout debut Fort Nightly. A perpetual piano plunk follows the aggressive tropicalia of Frightening song...

  • 6 years ago

    Before bands such as Relient K made Jesus Christ sound like a mall-punk pansy, Christian metal group Stryper was singing the Lord's praises with air-bludgeoning guitars. Their signature saccharine power ballad, "Honestly" (off 1986's To Hell with ...

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