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Merzbow Merges Metal and Experimental Music on the Ferocious 'Venereology'

Japanese icon Merzbow's classic foray into death metal, Venereology, has been remastered for maximum brutality.

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Clutch Revisit the Past on 'Book of Bad Decisions'

Clutch can't escape the past on their newest release Book of Bad Decisions.

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Mary Lattimore Uses Technology to Re-contextualize the Classical Harp on 'Hundreds of Days'

Proving herself again to be an artist of great skill, Mary Lattimore returns with an ambient masterwork of great emotive power.

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Kadavar: Rough Times

Berlin heavy rockers Kadavar stuck in the morass of heavy rock's conventions.

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Sony Music Canada Inc. (Nuclear)

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Downtown/Interscope

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Downtown/Interscope Records

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Ripples in the Water: A Conversation With Nick Allbrook of Pond

Nick Allbrook discusses politics, new music from Pond, and the influence of his native country, Australia, on his music.

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Marathon Artists

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Canvasback / Atlantic

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The Orwells: Terrible Human Beings

The Orwells do what they do best, except a little better, on their new full length.

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Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears: Backlash

On Backlash, Lewis and his Honeybears are finished retreading genre tropes of the past and set their sights on targeting their own musical identity.

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Black Joe Lewis

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Jai Wolf: Kindred Spirits

Jai Wolf's proper debut holds promise for the young artist's future in EDM.

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The Pack A.D.: Positive Thinking

The Pack A.D. deliver their most hard hitting, personal and overall best work to date.

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Ryan Bingham: Ryan Bingham Live

A well-rounded live collection from one of today's best Americana artists.

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Cadence Music

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STRFKR: Being No One, Going Nowhere

Being No One, Going Nowhere attempts to explore intellectual themes while still retaining the band’s vivacious dance pop.


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