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Föllakzoid - III

It seems that the approach of the Chilean krautrockers Föllakzoid is entirely different from their fellow countrymen The Holydrug Couple: while the latter welcome the year 2015 with vaguely psychedelic indie rock homages, the members of Föllakzoid follow the rounded-edges kraut dream of Finnish legends Circle or the whole catalog of techno producers, reducing their vision of psychedelic rock to a rhythm driven space travel that leaves much space, both for guitar effects and for the meditation factor to kick in, especially when you’re driving high on the highway and looking for some good music to zone out, but no to fall asleep, to. Recommended!

Refused's Dennis Lyxzén Revisits Fugazi's Red Medicine

As far as forward-thinking hardcore bands go, Refused set a particularly high bar during its initial seven-year run, one expertly capped by its 1998 swan song, … 2,164 more words

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Streaming Now: Queen Elephantine - "Omen"

Put simply, the newly introduced “Streaming Now” column is a doppelgänger of the watchable wound series “Screening Now,” with us
less bombarding the readers with words, rather treating them as blind/listeners, and abiding by the Schoenberg… 164 more words


Top Songs of the Week (6/26)

In a world where whole albums get dropped in a moment’s notice, single tracks rarely feel as surprising as they used to. But then you’ll get the first new single from a legend in six years, and you have to pick your jaw up off the floor. 1,379 more words

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New "Orphan Goggles" Album Arts Uncovered Featuring The Works Of "Math.I" And "Mow Skwoz"

In the wake of an upcoming split release with Hepa-Titus, avant deathrockers Orphan Goggles have uncovered a new artwork done by Math.I himself — currently set for an untitled full-length studio album — and also showed off the four different covers of the split disc, featuring the work of Mow Skwoz:

Written by Ari Wilson