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Album Review: Ratatat ‘Magnifique’

Ratatat have returned with their fifth studio album and first in five years, Magnifique, and in true Ratatat fashion it’s somewhat slipped under the radar. It’s been 11 years since they released their first album, and it seems like they’ve steadily built up a cult following without ever radically changing their sound. Some might view […]

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Live Review: Millions w/ Jesse Davidson, August 16 @ Goodgod

Being a colossal Millions fan, I was super excited about the release of their album Max Relax. I was even more stoked that I was lucky enough to attend one of their launch shows after their brief pre-release-hiatus. There had been a lot of chatter around this release, giving the public a lot to soak […]

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Interview: Liars

LA-based trio Liars are back with their seventh album Mess. It’s abrasive, it’s fun, and at times it’s completely terrifying (Check out my review here). We had a chat with singer, Aussie-born frontman Angus Andrew about the ideas behind the new album, performing electronic music live, and the concepts behind conceptual art… How long did […]

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Album Review: Ball Park Music – ‘Puddinghead’

Ball Park Music took the indie scene by storm in 2011, with the release of their criminally perfect debut album, Happiness and Surrounding Suburbs. Stellar songs like Literally Baby and It’s Nice to Be Alive, as well as the uncomfortably relatable Sad Rude Future Dude introduced us to a fun-loving five-piece intent on producing loud, lively and […]

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