Articles tagged garage

When Kontagious Was Shaken, Not Stirred

Koray Fuat, formerly of UK band Kontagious, recounts how the band's briefly ubiquitous single "Shake It Up" shook things up in London's hip-hop underground for a short while.

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Lee Bannon: Pattern of Excel

On his latest album, left-field garage producer Lee Bannon emphasizes his true sonic passions with moody ambient pieces and glitchy soundscapes.

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4 Sep 2013 // 3:02 AM

King Khan: Idle No More

King Khan continues to mash together music from the 60s.

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25 Aug 2013 // 11:04 PM

Silkie: The Lost Tapes Vol 1

With eight singles and his two City Limits albums released on the DEEP MEDi label to date, Silkie is truly a stalwart in Mala’s army of bass pressure junkies.

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Hunx and His Punx: Street Punk

Hunx returns with His Punx after his excellent 2012 solo album Hairdresser Blues. Where that album showed him moving in a softer and more sentimental direction, Street Punk completely reverses course in the best way possible.

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11 Oct 2011 // 10:00 PM

The Pack A.D.: Unpersons

Unpersons is stripped-down, high-dudgeon garage from two pissed-off gals trying to hold onto a shred of their humanity in 21st-century America.

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29 Aug 2011 // 9:59 PM

Jacuzzi Boys: Glazin’

Who could've guessed in 2011 that plunking girl-group aesthetics down at the beach with some fuzzed-out guitars would be a legitimate path to glory?

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24 May 2011 // 11:15 AM

Art Brut: Brilliant! Tragic!

Art Brut team-up with Black Francis at Wavelength Studios in Salem, Oregon, and offer another batch of infectious, witty punk songs.

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1 Feb 2010 // 10:00 PM

The Soft Pack: The Soft Pack

Formerly known as the Muslims, this four-piece grow into their new name on their second LP with their unique brand of beach-y, garage-punk undercut by a heavy dose of dry and dark sarcasm.

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Various Artists: Mind Expanders Volume 2

The neverending trove of dusty psychedelic treasures continues to be dug out. That's not to say we don't encounter cobwebs along the way.

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13 Jul 2009 // 9:37 AM

In praise of disco on the anniversary of the notorious disco demolition day.

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17 Apr 2009 // 5:23 AM

It seems that indie has turned from the glam and glitz of orchestral pop to the grit of lo-fi.

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The Streets: Everything Is Borrowed

Happy and healthy aren't really adjectives normally associated with Mike Skinner's output as the Streets thus far, and perhaps that's enough to make Everything Is Borrowed worth a listen.

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//Mixed media

Indie Horror Month 2016: Executing 'The Deed'

// Moving Pixels

"It's just so easy to kill someone in a video game that it's surprising when a game makes murder difficult.

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