Gary Numan: Savage (Songs From a Broken World)

Gary Numan: Savage (Songs From a Broken World)

By Chris Ingalls

In the age of climate science denial, synth legend Gary Numan offers up a bleak dystopian landscape as a cautionary tale. 19 Sep 2017 // 2:30 AM

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Bad Livers: Blood & Mood

Banjos start the opening track “Fist Magnet.” I guess this could be called techno country bluegrass punk, but it really defies even that category. What

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Bald Rapunzel: Diazepam

The most daring band to come out of Washington DC since Smart Went Crazy is easily Bald Rapunzel. I remember seeing them play at the

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

As an annual attendee of Jimmy Buffet’s concerts in Chicago, I am thrilled that I now have a new frisbee to throw around with

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	Fontella Bass & The Voices of St. Louis: Travelin’

I would imagine that to most fans of 1960s Soul and pop, Fontella Bass is little more than a “one-hit wonder”. Bass’ chart-topping single “Rescue

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Bell Book and Candle: Read My Sign

When I casually mentioned Bell, Book, and Candle to a friend of mine from Luxembourg, he made a face. I got a similar reaction from

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Ben’s Diapers: Celebrate the Cliché

Don’t run because of the name of this band. I am sure there is a humorous anecdote about it, so let’s stick to

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Butch Boswell: Lo-Fi

If any of you are familiar with the group the Muses, then you’ll undoubtedly already be familiar with one of its key members, Butch

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Backyard Babies: Total 13

Real rock ‘n’ roll disappeared from America sometime shortly after the release of Appetite for Destruction in 1987, and heavily resurfaced in Scandinavia in the mid-199

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Blume: Low Glider Bus Rider

Like a breath of fresh air, Blume’s Low Glider Bus Rider is a welcome entry into the indie pop scene. Definitely original and full

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	Michael Barrett: Couches and Carpet

With the Essex Green, Michael Barrett plays 1960-ish pop-rock with both a giddy sense of playfulness and a laid-back, “let’s all just have a

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TIFF 2017: 'The Shape of Water'

// Notes from the Road

"The Shape of Water comes off as uninformed political correctness, which is more detrimental to its cause than it is progressive.

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