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OWEL - "Too Young to Fall in Love" (video) (premiere)

OWEL releases a video for "Too Young to Fall in Love" which tackles the surrealisms of love in the Instagram age.

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Sing Like a Thunderstorm: An Interview with Eisley's Sherri Dupree-Bemis

Her kids can sleep on a tour bus like pros, her new album comes after two other songwriters (amicably) left the band. Yes, Eisley's Sherri Dupree-Bemis proves you really can have it all.

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The Yin and Yang of the Universe: Conversations With Max Bemis and Chris Conley

Max Bemis and Chris Conley discuss the new Two Tongues record, family matters, and connecting to the rock and roll muse.

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The Other Side of Terry Reid

In the middle of his busiest year in recent memory, Terry Reid -- subject of documentaries, rarities releases, and even Johnny Depp's affection -- could not be more excited.

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Rooney: Washed Away

Beach playlist essentials pepper the latest from Rooney.

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Mutual Benefit: Skip a Sinking Stone

This record made me buy better headphones so I could do it justice writing about it. This record made me a better person.

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Goo Goo Dolls: Boxes

Expectations are a dangerous thing.

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ZAYN: Mind of Mine

It's not that Zayn's proving people wrong so much as he's proving himself right.

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Guided by Voices: Please Be Honest

Guided by Voices keep doing whatever it is they've been doing.

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GBV

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The Coathangers: Nosebleed Weekend

More weekend than nosebleed, the Coathangers deliver a mix of sluggishly performed garage rock and passable punk attitude.

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Double Whammy

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The Dandy Warhols: Distortland

Growing up doesn't have to mean growing apart: the Dandies come the closest they ever have to making a hometown album.

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Bayonne: Primitives

If Debussy and Phil Collins fell in love, Bayonne would be their baby. (That's a good thing.)

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Edward Rogers: Glass Marbles

An unremarkable homage to the 1970s.

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Freakwater: Scheherazade

Eleven years after their last record, Freakwater proves they've still got it, and then some.

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Michael Daves: Orchids and Violence

Bluegrass dances with grunge to mixed results.

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Golden Daze: Golden Daze

Drowsy pop abounds on Golden Daze's debut LP.

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