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    Milky Edwards & the Chamberlings – ‘Moonage Daydream / Starman’ | Yet an unidentified group

    Milky Edwards & the Chamberlings – ‘Moonage Daydream / Starman’ | Yet an unidentified...

    ALBUM REVIEW: Spiral Grave – Legacy Of The Anointed

    While Legacy Of The Anointed (Argonauta Records) may be Spiral Grave’s full-length debut, it’s easy to also think of it as the...

    FULL ALBUM PREMIERE & REVIEW: Borracho, ‘Pound of Flesh’

    Though the band has been around longer, this year is a decade since the first Borracho full-length, Splitting Sky (review here), came out from D.C. to...

    ALBUM REVIEW: Nightwish – Once (Remastered)

    Released an improbable seventeen years ago, Once (Nuclear Blast), the fifth album from symphonic metal pioneers Nightwish saw the band catapulted from...

    Various Artists – ‘Funky Chimes: Belgian Grooves From the 70’s Parts 1 & 2’

    Various Artists – ‘Funky Chimes: Belgian Grooves From the 70’s Parts 1 & 2’ ...

    Neil Young’s Vaults Never Sleeps

    Neil Young’s Vaults Never Sleeps ...

    ALBUM REVIEW: King Woman – Celestial Blues

    Kris Esfandiari has released many different styles of music under many different monikers. There is Miserable, a solo, Shoegaze project of Esfandiari....

    ALBUM REVIEW: Leila Abdul-Rauf – Phantasiai

    No matter how much you write about a record, you can never quite fully encapsulate the feelings invoked by the music. Composer...

    ALBUM REVIEW: Geezer Butler – Manipulations Of The Mind Box Set/The Very Best Of Geezer Butler – BMG

    Having stayed with Black Sabbath until 1983’s unfairly criticised Born Again (Vertigo) album, founding member Geezer Butler returned to the band in...

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