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  • 6 years ago

    Although the pop sounds crafted by The Postmarks and Brookville are decidedly different, they still complement each other nicely. Over the course of three albums (including this year's Memoirs at the End of the World), the former has refined its P...

  • 6 years ago

    >The Dandy Warhols' most recent album, The Dandy Warhols ARE Sound, is billed as the "director's cut" — or the Portland, Oregon, band's original mix and vision — of its 2003 effort, Welcome to the Monkey House. That album wasn't unanim...

  • 6 years ago

    Chris Isaak's success in almost every realm of show business has always seemed somewhat out of place. Whether he's making music, acting or interviewing celebrities, he's forever the blue-eyed crooner who never really loses — even though he's...

  • 6 years ago

    Dredg is a powerful live force that creates an unrelentingly heavy wall of guitar noise, but like a more metal-influenced Explosions in the Sky (or a less pop-centric Coheed and Cambria), the Bay Area quartet's strength lies in its ability to tell...

  • 7 years ago

    A Cursive Memory made huge waves last year with the video for its single "Everything," a clip centered around the idea that the L.A. band is a guerrilla-style "bandarazzi" squad. The result? Celebrity cameos, goofball humor, a ghetto blaster and p...

  • 7 years ago

    Over the past few years, Delta Spirit hasn't received quite as much attention as its jangly indie-pop peers (Cold War Kids, Tokyo Police Club). But that's not because the San Diego quintet lacks live chops or songwriting savvy. It could have more ...

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