Django Django: Born Under Saturn

Django Django: Born Under Saturn

By Colin Fitzgerald

Django Django embrace more traditional influences for their sophomore album, reshaping their music into a more conventional rock sound. 7 May 2015 // 2:00 AM

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//Recent Reviews
	Tremulous Monk: Sparkle Like Your Shoes

A destined sleeper for 2005, Tremulous Monk's Sparkle Like Your Shoes does what it says, provided you're wearing, um... sparkly shoes.

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11 Apr 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Razorlight: Up All Night

If you're looking for something you haven't heard before, look elsewhere, but if you need a catchy and reasonably well-crafted party record to help you make some damn friends already, this ought to do just fine.

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	Napalm Death: The Code Is Red… Long Live the Code

The grindcore legends have returned with their most inspired album in years.

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11 Apr 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Motormark: Chrome Tape

Motormark's got the energy and the drive to be a great band. Now, if only they could learn to use their instruments...

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	Micah P. Hinson: And the Gospel of Progress

Talented singer/songwriter gives us his addition to the annals of the break-up album.

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	Emperor X: Central Hug / Friendarmy / Fractal Dunes

The key is not that we should admire the record for the dexterity with which a group of seemingly random pieces have been assembled to form a new whole, but that we should recognize the whole to be far greater than the sum of its parts.

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11 Apr 2005 // 10:00 PM

	The Duhks: self-titled

Like a good blended whiskey, the Manitoba, Canadian band The Duhks combine a variety of strong flavors that don't get lost in the mix.

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11 Apr 2005 // 12:00 AM

Trippin’

Isn't it fun to go see lions? To save the rain forest? C'mon, let's hop on a private jet and go!

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11 Apr 2005 // 12:00 AM

The Staircase

The Staircase is less about the defendant's guilt or innocence -- or, as his lawyer says, the difference between guilty or not guilty -- than about the process.

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11 Apr 2005 // 12:00 AM

Robot Chicken

You don't have to be a big ol' nerd to laugh, but it helps if you know your Mark Hamill from your Leonard Nimoy.

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Blood and Thunder: Clutch Let the Rhythm Hit ‘Em!

// Sound Affects

"Mastodon may be American metal giants, but based on their Saskatchewan gig with Clutch, they could learn a thing or two from their cult favorite Maryland comrades.

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