Product Reviews

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Nerve, the new album from ULU, is a perfect example of what I like to call New Age Funk. ULU displays an amazing amount of different beats along with great rhythms throughout the album. The entire record is a...
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Attention Phish Fans, longtime friend Tom Marshall returns with his second Amfibian album entitled From the Ether. The album definitely has a Phish feel to it. Though this time the group is completely different...
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The Either Orchestra says more with their instruments then words could every say in their new album, Afro-Cubism. The ten piece group combines all their musical talent with their creativity into a 42 minute, 6...
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On their debut CD Trio Grande, New York’s Cerulean City waste no time in getting into one of their loose-limbed, cinematic instrumentals. The trio (Christian Smith on guitar, John Servo on bass guitar, and Lars...
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Trance Fusion Radio Broadcast 4 is the newest installment in The Disco Biscuits' series of high-quality live releases. Done more out of need to document the band's ever-shifting sound that for...
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The Motet wants nothing more than to make your body gyrate uncontrollably. This is apparent from the opening percussion melee that starts their third album, Live. This is not just a bunch of guys pounding on...
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After several listens, I had not put my finger on what it was about Laugh that made it so appealing. I concluded that there are no cosmic, thesaurus-supported rants residing in my noggin that can explain it....
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It would sell the Athens, GA based quartet Perpetual Groove a little short to encapsulate their music with a catch phrase. Mercifully, the ebullient group has provided listeners with a perfect verbal synopsis...
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Ah, futility. I have thrown my hands in the air, unable to wrap any brand of verbiage around these phenomenal live releases from the band you should know and love, Garaj Mahal. In spite of this, I’ll give it a...
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Visually, footage of the Beatles' latter years would seem to hold more interesting content than footage from 1964. This highly personal DVD dispels that theory. Shot from the inside by Albert and David...

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