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  • Control Freak: Gatecreeper
  • Control Freak: Gatecreeper

    Tucson death metal outfit Gatecreeper rises above the underground on Relapse Records
      Gatecreeper's upcoming record, Sonoran Depravation, which will be released on Relapse Records this fall, is brutal, intense and possibly the best death metal album to ever be recorded in the Old Pueblo.<
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  • Vintage Vinyl Tucson
  • Vintage Vinyl Tucson

    This week: The Spiders 'Don’t Blow Your Mind' b/w 'No Price Tag'
      This record has a really bad mix. Detail: the bass is way too loud and midrangy, the drums are too loud and sound like someone pounding on a cardboard box with a mallet during the lead solo, which is practically drowned out.
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  • Chastity Belt: Secure in Seattle
  • Chastity Belt: Secure in Seattle

    Chastity Belt has locked down its pop-punk sound

      Chastity Belt knew they were onto something when the music they began playing for drunken college students could impress an entirely different audience.

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  • Bedbugs and Ballyhoo
  • Bedbugs and Ballyhoo

    Proof a rock band can age without becoming an absolute embarrassment
      By the time Echo & the Bunnymen wrapped up its most creatively fertile period more than 30 years ago, it seemed highly unlikely that the band's creative—if not so much commercial—fortunes would prosper into the next century.
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  • Know Your Product
  • Know Your Product

    Stars Pick Their Top 5! This Week: The Surfbroads
      During the early '60s, surf music and beach-party films owned much of pop culture; it was a sort of rite of passage for kids looking for a less wholesome escape from a puritanical existence.
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  • Pop Pusher: San Fermin
  • Pop Pusher: San Fermin

    More than the sum of its parts, San Fermin tags radio pop at Ellis Ludwig-Leone’s charge
      They probably wouldn't, but if San Fermin covered Taylor Swift's 1989 it could be pleasing listening.
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  • Intent on Ambiguity: Circuit des Yeux
  • Intent on Ambiguity: Circuit des Yeux

    Circuit des Yeux’s Haley Fohr wants listeners to question what they think they know
      "I just like the way it feels, the resonance," said Haley Fohr, 26, in the perfectly unremarkable voice of a generic millennial. "You can feel your body vibrate when you're singing through your headphones."
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  • Senior Sound: Junior Boys
  • Senior Sound: Junior Boys

    Junior Boys explore new influences via collaboration
      Taking a few detours into solo work, producing and collaborations, Jeremy Greenspan and Matt Didemus of Junior Boys found themselves reinvigorated when it came time to make a new record
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  • Thrash Pickup
  • Thrash Pickup

    Warning! One of the members of Spellcaster or Evil Survives may steal your indie-rock girlfriend
  • Bonus Tracks: Modern Baseball
  • Bonus Tracks: Modern Baseball

    With a surprise new EP out, Modern Baseball rewards fans for sticking around
      Brendan Lukens has always compared his band Modern Baseball to a journal for him and co-songwriter Jacob Ewald.
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