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Wednesday, April 19 2006

The Creeping Nobodies

Doing it all for the love of the music, Toronto-based band the Creeping Nobodies keeps the romantic dream alive while diligently slogging through the dirty work, finding themselves on the cusp of expanding both their territory and their audience's horizons.


Wednesday, November 2 2005

K'naan

This is K'naan. A rebel calling for change, a rapper battling international injustices. This is for real.


Wednesday, October 12 2005

The Deadly Snakes

The scourge of Toronto serves up the best album of the year (that nobody was waiting for).


Reviews

Tuesday, May 30 2006

The Fever: In The City of Sleep

A shockingly entertaining and ambitious resurgence from what used to be just another NYC postpunk regurgitation.


Tuesday, May 2 2006

The Black Angels: Passover

As clumsily poetic and irresistible as a city storm, these BJM devotees mount an engaging psych-rock rebellion.


Monday, May 1 2006

Rahim: Ideal Lives

Rahim is something of a rarity -- a good band now that promises to get even better later.


Thursday, April 13 2006

Wilderness: Vessel States

Baltimore's high-flown tyrants release another dose of bombastic post punk.


Sunday, March 26 2006

Oakley Hall: Second Guessing

Oneida cofounder heads back-to-basics with his countrified band of sun drenched romantics.


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