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    Havok - Unnatural Selection Candlelight

    When Havok emerged in the middle part of the 2000s, its members were already prodigious players. Still in high school, the dudes were accomplished enough to expertly channel the finest moments of Metallica's classic era, which is how they first gain...

    by Dave Herrera on September 26, 2013
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    Total Ghost - Electrosexual Self-released

    Total Ghost appears to be having some existential despair. "We have made love with over 37 different space genders/We have raised glasses of moon champagne with foreign dignitaries/We have snorted asteroid dust off the boobies of space prostitutes/A...

    by Josiah Hesse on September 26, 2013
  • Varlet - American Hymns
 Self-released

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    Varlet - American Hymns Self-released

    "So You Go Along," the opening track on Varlet's new album, American Hymns, sounds deceptively like something out of a 1970s musical, only the textures are richer and the lyrics darker. And that's a perfect image for this album, a project on which L...

    by Tom Murphy on September 26, 2013
  • Keith Morris waves the FLAG at Riot Fest this weekend

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    Keith Morris waves the FLAG at Riot Fest this weekend

    Black Flag paved the way. It's no exaggeration to say that the circuit of underground touring in America would not have happened as early as it did -- or perhaps at all -- without Black Flag opening the routes for so many bands, punk and otherwis...

    by Tom Murphy on September 19, 2013
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    The Belle Jar - Union Station Self-released

    When Ryan James recorded 2011's Fall Systems Go under the Belle Jar moniker, he handled all of the vocals and all of the instruments. Since then, the project has grown into a six-piece; fittingly, for the recently released Union Station, the group t...

    by Jon Solomon on September 19, 2013
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    Patrick Dethlefs - While You're Carrying the Weight Self-released

    On his latest release, Patrick Dethlefs seems to strip back the songwriting a bit from what we heard on 2012's accomplished Fall & Rise. From the beginning, one of the virtues of Dethlefs's songwriting has been a tastefully spare use of elements, an...

    by Tom Murphy on September 19, 2013
  • Rossonian - Rossonian
 Self-released

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    Rossonian - Rossonian Self-released

    "Garuda," the first song on Rossonian's self-titled debut, sounds at first as though inter-dimensional aliens have taken over Steely Dan, but less than a minute in, the song shifts into syncopated, hazy pop akin to that of MGMT, only with more of a ...

    by Tom Murphy on September 19, 2013
  • Ben Goldberg and company get instrumental at Dazzle

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    Ben Goldberg and company get instrumental at Dazzle

    Ben Goldberg is a virtuosic Bay Area clarinetist who grew up in Denver and went to East High School. For his outstanding new album, Unfold Ordinary Mind, Goldberg enlisted some of his favorite players, including guitar wizard Nels Cline, consummate ...

    by Jon Solomon on September 19, 2013
  • MF Ruckus - The Dirty Half-Dozen
 Self-released

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    MF Ruckus - The Dirty Half-Dozen Self-released

    The Motherfucking Ruckus (or MF Ruckus, for those with more delicate sensibilities) couldn't be more aptly named: Not only does the handle describe the musical mayhem these dudes create, both in the studio and on stage, but it's also a perfect descr...

    by Dave Herrera on September 19, 2013
  • Marie Litton puts her girl power behind Lil Thunder

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    Marie Litton puts her girl power behind Lil Thunder

    "'Razor Blades & Sunshine' is the name of a song I wrote in 2009," says Marie Litton about the title track of the new Lil Thunder album. "I was having a really rough time. I felt like it was one of those songs that was like, 'Fuck my life. I hate ev...

    by Tom Murphy on September 12, 2013
  • Rob Drabkin - Little Steps
 Self-released

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    Rob Drabkin - Little Steps Self-released

    Rob Drabkin has made impressive creative strides in the past few years, and the nine tracks on his new record show just how far he's come. With earnestness and originality, Drabkin thrives within stylistic excursions that range from driving folk roc...

    by A.H. Goldstein on September 12, 2013
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    Jeremy Dion - Golden Some Day Inner View Records

    A psychotherapist by day, Boulder-based singer-songwriter Jeremy Dion also knows a few things about penning heartfelt slices of Americana. On Golden Some Day, the followup to his 2008 debut full-length, Finally, he takes a few vocal cues from David ...

    by Jon Solomon on September 12, 2013
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    Potcheen - Take No Prisoners Self-released

    How do you classify Potcheen's Take No Prisoners? One minute it's Irish punk, the next it's ska, then bluegrass and so on. It's an experience and an adventure into various musical styles -- some executed better than others, but all executed well eno...

    by Noah Hubbell on September 12, 2013
  • Mane Rok, Ichiban, InkLine - The Gem in I
 Elite Philosophy

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    Mane Rok, Ichiban, InkLine - The Gem in I Elite Philosophy

    The Gem in I is a short concept project from Mane Rok, InkLine and Ichiban, dedicated to the zodiac sign under which they were all born. Whether or not you buy into astrology, the shared chemistry is clear from the beginning track, "Young Guns," on ...

    by Noah Hubbell on September 12, 2013
  • Aaron Dessner talks about the National's latest release

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    Aaron Dessner talks about the National's latest release

    After finishing their tour in support of 2010's High Violet, the members of the National didn't have any immediate plans to record again. But guitarist Aaron Dessner, whose daughter had just been born, ended up with a lot of time on his hands. He be...

    by Jon Solomon on September 12, 2013
  • On its debut, the Royal pays homage to the songs

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    On its debut, the Royal pays homage to the songs

    No rules. Pay homage to the song. Don't do too much or too little. These are the three philosophies that the Royal has adhered to since forming over two years ago. "Whatever is effective for the song, pay homage to the song," frontman Tyler Hayde...

    by Jon Solomon on September 5, 2013
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    F.Lawless - Limbo Self-released

    F.Lawless, of Foodchain, makes his solo debut on Limbo. This cohesive collection of ambient tones, soulful sounds and soft harmonies provides a relaxing backdrop against which the MC can flex his lyrical abilities. F.Lawless rhymes with a notably co...

    by Antonio Valenzuela on September 5, 2013
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    Elephant Revival - These Changing Skies Itz Evolving/Thirty Tigers

    Looking to make a more professionally produced album that might be more radio-friendly, Elephant Revival teamed up with producer Ryan Hadlock, who's worked with the Lumineers and Brandi Carlile, to make These Changing Skies. While the thirteen-track...

    by Jon Solomon on September 5, 2013
  • Red Fox Run - Skeletons
 Self-released

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    Red Fox Run - Skeletons Self-released

    On Skeleton's title track, Red Fox Run's songwriting shows considerable growth, displaying a flair for dynamics and bombast and resulting in the kind of power pop made by acts like the Sweet. "Lucky Sevens," meanwhile, is imbued with jittery energy,...

    by Tom Murphy on September 5, 2013
  • Neil Michael Hagerty puts a Howling Hex on the hi-dive

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    Neil Michael Hagerty puts a Howling Hex on the hi-dive

    From his time in the groundbreaking mutant garage-punk band Pussy Galore in the late '80s to his long-running stint with outlaw experimentalists Royal Trux, Neil Michael Hagerty has long been a pioneering musician in the world of guitar rock. Ever s...

    by Tom Murphy on September 5, 2013
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