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Steven Lee Lawson – ‘Steven Lee Lawson’

I know it's been a while since I've done an album review and I am so sorry! Doing Riot Fest in Chicago and then jetting over to Las Vegas for Punk Rock Bowling absolutely left me feeling drained for a... Continue Reading →

Native Daughters – ‘Ultimo Capo’

The cover art on Native Daughters' 'Ultimo Capo' is brilliant and gorgeous. It has a sense of whimsy while being dark and almost haunting. I have no clue who Native Daughters is but I am so stoked to check out... Continue Reading →

Night Battles – ‘Year of No Days’

I feel like every package I get from Snappy Little Numbers is pure gold. Seriously, every release they have sent me to review has been an instant favorite so let's see if Night Battles' 'Year of No Days' continues with... Continue Reading →

Broken Record- ‘I Died Laughing’

It's a pretty dreary day up here in Minneapolis so I figure it's a perfect time to buckle down and check out some new music. Let's start with Broken Record's 'I Died Laughing', shall we? As soon as "Time Warp"... Continue Reading →

State Drugs – ‘Live, Laugh, Love.’

It felt like spring outside today. I feel like that first smell of spring just always gives you a bump in energy and a bump in motivation. That's exactly what I'm feeling right now so let's not waste a minute... Continue Reading →

Sunshine Satellite- ‘Sunshine Satellite’

I have gotten used to getting random packages full of CD's and even LP's for review but I was a little taken aback when I opened one of my latest packages to find a cassette tape. I was intrigued and... Continue Reading →

ZEPHR- ‘Don’t Worry About it’

I've been cleaning most of this weekend. maybe it's the change of the seasons or it's a result of being at mom's spotless house last weekend. Regardless, I've been cleaning like a maniac and have finally made it to the... Continue Reading →

SPELLS- ‘Stimulants & Sedatives’

The cover of SPELLS' 'Sedatives & Stimulants' is captivating and intriguing. I was instantly caught by the beautiful and bright colors of the album cover and flipped it over expecting a track list but, instead, was greeted by a mostly... Continue Reading →

Seth Anderson- ‘We Could Be.’

It was the cover that drew me to Seth Anderson's 'We Could Be.' tonight. Just a photo of a man with a guitar case walking past a torn down building with colorful graffiti on it all in front of some... Continue Reading →

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