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Woods Explore Darkness on 'Strange to Explain'

Folk rock's Woods create a superb new album, Strange to Explain, that mines the subconscious in search of answers to life's unsettling realities.

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Woods: With Light and With Love

With Light and With Love is Woods' most cleanly produced record to date, and the brittle edges of their sound now melt around bright, bittersweet songs.

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Late Fall 2012 New Music Playlist

Ready for another playlist with background notes for music by Cat Power, Stars, Deerhoof and more.

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Woods: Bend Beyond

Sinister undertones can't be kept at bay, and Woods explode into something more tangible than their jam-rock past.

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Woods: Sun and Shade

The Brooklyn-based lo-fi outfit churns out another solid collection of crackly guitar-pop -- with a few more-than-gratuitous psych-jams for questionable measure.

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The Babies: The Babies

Members of Woods and Vivian Girls craft some pretty solid -- and varied -- rock songs. Unfortunately, there's not much consistency to be found.

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Out of the Woods: The Freaky Beautiful World of Woodsist

With his band Woods and his label Woodsist, Jeremy Earl has carved out a shambolic niche in psychedelic pop that is as easy to listen to as it is hard to define.

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Woods: At Echo Lake

Brookyln's Woods have proven themselves to be lightyears ahead of their compatriots on this riveting indie-folk collection.

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MV + EE: Barn Nova

Prolific purveyors of independently-released psychedelic classic rock return to Ecstatic Peace! with their fourth offering on a bigger stage.

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Dungen:14 August 2009 - Brooklyn, NY

Dungen’s demeanor is the anti-rock star. Their onstage smiles, gratitude and grace are what sifts and separates Dungen from the pile of Zeppelin wannabes.

Rachel Brodsky
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