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Jane in Space: Feel It Alive

By Stephen Chow I’m into it. The name of the band. Every track of Feel It Alive. I’m one of those people who loves ‘90s music. And Jane in Space serves it up very well on this record. It’s more than an homage. There’s a definite electronic edge of the now. We’re here and now […]

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Post Death Soundtrack’s The Unlearning Curve

By Stephen Chow This band had me at “Canadian trip hop/psychedelic rock trio.” As a former record store loiterer, I would have made a beeline for that bin in a heartbreak. Post Death Soundtrack not only has one of the coolest names, they and their new EP The Unlearning Curve are chock full of moody brilliance. […]

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Raelism’s Back to the Battlefield

By Antiem Boyd There’s something much more cerebral about the latest Raelism (Max Rael) project. Back to the Battlefield is very much a soundtrack of the electronic and industrial kind. Some tracks are ethereal, others upbeat and hopeful, one track (“They’re All Dead Now”) is a kind of evil circus demented clown entrance theme. Back to the […]

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The Inner Journey of The Unravelling’s ‘Revolt’

The Unravelling don’t do anything half way. From writing, performing or crafting their new single “Revolt,” all of their work is done a balls out fashion. There’s a strange controlled recklessness to their approach. The band made a big splash with their debut record 13 Arcane Hymns and everything was going swimmingly until lead singer […]

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