Articles tagged outrageous cherry

The Black Angels: Indigo Meadow

Promisingly, their fourth album boosts aggression, their finest quality, while it tempers the menace of what remain nearly unparalleled presentations of a bold update of venerable '60s sounds on their first albums.

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The Witches: A Haunted Person’s Guide to the Witches

Devilishly good music shrouded in a sludgy cloak of echo-laden vocals, fuzz, reverb and oscillating organ.

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Outrageous Cherry: Universal Malcontents

Long-running psych-pop outfit sticks to the middle of the interstellar highway for their latest.

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1 Feb 2005 // 11:00 PM

	Outrageous Cherry: Our Love Will Change the World

Matthew Smith and Co. cut the excess fat and deliver a strong set of catchy, concise psych-inspired garage-pop.

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	Outrageous Cherry: Why Don’t We Talk About Something Else EP

Whether or not the ebb and tide of pop trends happen to carry Outrageous Cherry to the shores of the masses, they'll probably keep on trucking, even if their chosen means of expression is 40 years old.

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	Outrageous Cherry: Supernatural Equinox

Maybe there’s nothing new you can do. If you’re like me, you’ve stopped counting the times that you’ve had what at

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	Outrageous Cherry: The Book of Spectral Projections

Outrageous Cherry is connected to half the bands in Detroit, especially through lead singer/songwriter Matthew Smith. He’s produced the Go (Jack White’s

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//Mixed media

Tibet House's 30th Anniversary Benefit Concert Celebrated Philip Glass' 80th

// Notes from the Road

"Philip Glass, the artistic director of the Tibet House benefits, celebrated his 80th birthday at this year's annual benefit with performances from Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, Brittany Howard, Sufjan Stevens and more.

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