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Pillow Talk, What We Should Have Said: Review

Recently signed to Animal Style Records, Memphis’ own Pillow Talk has officially released their second EP What We Should Have Said March 3rd, 2015. Building off their first EP Recreational Feelings, this five-song continuation and breath of fresh air pulls you into a spell like trance as they take you under with crisp sound and reverbed vocals. 242 more words

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Dangerfeel Newbies-Hariet

Hariet by Dangerfeel Newbies is a brilliant concept album inspired by the story of Mr. Dangerfield Newby, one of five African-Americans of the John Brown party. 309 more words

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Album Review: The Firewatcher's Daughter

Brandi Carlile has been on the music scene since 2007, with her hit “The Story” from the album with the same name reaching number 58 on the  250 more words

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In Memory Of Album Review

A week from today, a worthy contributor to your music library is coming straight from In Memory Of. The band is releasing their self-titled debut album on March 10th; this of course is only coming after a few years of playing at shows all around (and beyond!) the city, opening for the likes of… 410 more words

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Album Review: Leviathan - "Scar Sighted"

If you’re interested in judging Jef Whitehead for his checkered past, this is not your forum. As I like to separate the art from the artist—and also am in no way qualified to discuss the negatives that have plagued his life—I’m going to use this space to focus on his latest work as his black metal alter-ego, Wrest, for the one-man project, … 621 more words

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Brandi Carlile burns brightly on 'The Firewatcher's Daughter'

‘The Firewatcher’s Daughter’
Brandi Carlile (ATO)
4 stars out of 5

Brandi Carlile is a sort of rare breed in music these days, the type of artist who is allowed to nurture her career, make music that fits her and not the populace, and who keeps improving and surprising as time goes on. 152 more words

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Album Review: Lamentations of the Ashen - "Libertine Cyst"

Described as “tragic black metal,” Lamentations of the Ashen weaves a range of elements most closely associated with funeral doom into its sound, to feature prominently alongside leader/sole member Bon Vincent Fry’s more blackened influences. 510 more words

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