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Tehnoloogiline Päike’s Technological Sun

By Lisa Waugh On their third album, Tehnoloogiline Päike sets out to make an album as varied as their individual fingerprints. From the meditative “This Means Wars” to the lost track from the Blade Runner soundtrack “So Many Days,” the record crackles with strange excitement. There’s so much packed into the seven tracks. There’s the […]

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Teknofonic Essentials Vol. 1

By Lisa Waugh Adam Reifsteck aka Sonic Fear has pulled off an impressive feat. His Teknofonic Recordings label has attracted a talented bunch of forward-thinking and boundary-pushing artists. Teknofonic Essentials Vol. 1 bears witness to that particular pied-piper skill. Mostly, because there’s not a weak track on the record. Each artist brings their own special […]

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Lifewalker’s Rx

by Lisa Waugh Good news for prog rock/metal fans. There’s a new artist to add to your rotation. Lifewalker blasted onto the scene in 2015 and are taking the world by storm, one set of ear buds at a time. Their debut EP Rx is fierce, well-produced, and a respectable addition to those genres. Members […]

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Robert Nix’s Once in a Blue Moon

By Stephen Chow Robert Nix marches to his own beat, I’ll give him that. He’s a one-man rock opera. And on Once in a Blue Moon, he appears to be having an open conversation with himself, with a little help from his inner Michael McKean in character as David St. Hubbins. Although St. Hubbins would […]

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Guy Grogan’s Dynamite Bouquet

By Rhin Howard There’s a certain “fuck off!” in Guy Grogan’s music, and this makes his music like no other. His creeping genius stems from a certain self-awareness and the close-up magic of making every aspect of a record. Plus, Grogan dives deeper within himself with each new release. The record feels person and it’s astonishingly […]

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