The Horrors: V

The Horrors: V

By Paul Carr

The Horrors get their mojo back with songs to match the swagger. 21 Sep 2017 // 2:30 AM

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3 Jan 2007 // 9:00 PM

Sodastream: Reservations

Maturing Australian folk-pop band Sodastream is still able to pen haunting melody cloaked in warm, organic instrumentation.

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Architecture in Helsinki + The Blow [2006 Rewind]

Melbourne's favorite indie popsters face PopMatters' Jennifer Kelly. And this time, she's wearing pants...

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3 Jan 2007 // 9:00 PM

Johan: THX JHN

An utterly appealing blend of driving pop guitars, melodies that you never quite see coming before they hit you, and smarter lyrics than you might expect. [PopMatters Pick]

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Whats New Scooby-Doo, Vol. 10 - Monstrous Tails

These new episodes look and feel a lot like the past Scooby-Doo stories in this long running cartoon, but they keep on entertaining.

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World Championship Poker featuring Howard Lederer: All In

World Championship Poker is a hastily assembled product which transparently attempts to capitalize on poker's current pop culture favor.

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Tommy Guerrero: From the Soil to the Soul

Skating legend Tommy Guerrero handles his bass as skillfully as his board, but the most inspiring part of his album is the passion he demonstrates for music.

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Blind Faith: London Hyde Park 1969 [DVD]

One more way of watching everyone’s favourite almost-utopia die the death it never should have.

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Count Bass D: Act Your Waist Size

D echoes a highly suspicious style on his third official release.

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Ima Robot: Monument to the Masses

This isn’t the first time you feel like a great opportunity is squandered.

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Michel Camilo and Tomatito: Spain Again

Seven years after their album Spain, a second virtuoso and sensitive distillation from the flamenco guitarist and the Dominican pianist.

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Treasuring Memories of Paul McCartney on 'One on One' Tour

// Notes from the Road

"McCartney welcomed Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt out for a song at Madison Square Garden.

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