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Monthly Archives: January 2015

#albumoftheday / REVIEW: ANGELUS APATRIDA: HIDDEN EVOLUTION

Angelus Apatrida is a thrash metal band hailing from Albacete, Spain. It was formed in 2000 as more of a straightforward heavy metal band leaning in the power metal direction, but they gradually shifted gears and ventured into thrash territory. And boy are they good at it! It’s no secret that thrash is...
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FEATURE REVIEW: Björk: Vulnicura

Much has already been said about Björk’s new album, Vulnicura. For example, the first half of the title seems to be from the Latin word “vulnific,” meaning to cause injury. The second half seems to be from the Middle English word “cura,” meaning to care or cure. And, no, I’m not extremely smart...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: EMMY THE GREAT: S

It’s been a few years since Emmy The Great — born Emma-Lee Moss — released her last album, Virtue in 2011, but you can hardly blame her when she’s so busy doing things like mentoring for the Joe Strummer Foundation for New Music (Strummerville), writing for The Guardian and Noisey, and re-enacting the...
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#songoftheday / REVIEW: NEON HITCH: FREEDOM


"We are broken, but we're fucking beautiful," sings Neon Hitch on her hot new single "Freedom." It sounds like something Katy Perry would sing -- she dropped the F bomb multiple times during "Circle The Drain" on Teenage Dream -- but we're just fine with Neon Hitch singing...
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