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Top 30 Albums of 2015: 30-16

2015, overall, has been a year of slight disappointment when it came to music. There’s been a few releases I highly anticipated but ended up being a tad disappointed in, but that hasn’t stopped some rays of sun coming through. So here it is, the first half of my end-of-year-list for releases. A lot of these ended up being EPs for some reason.  Continue reading

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Catch-Up Reviews #6: Sleaford Mods, Chelsea Wolfe, Krallice…

Sleaford Mods – Key Markets

Sleaford Mods have had an interesting rise to popularity since the release of their 2014 album “Divide And Exit”, an album that hooked a lot of listeners in with Andrew Fearn’s simple, no-nonsense instrumentals and Jason Williamson’s equally vicious vocals and lyrics. The Mods are a duo of their time, seething at current politicians and the attitudes that cripples a steady life in the UK, and it’s pretty much impossible not to relate to the rants in some way. Setting the bar so high for themselves, the question of “how will they follow this up?” was a big one.  Continue reading

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Chelsea Wolfe – “UNKNOWN ROOMS: A COLLECTION OF ACOUSTIC SONGS” Quick Review

Chelsea Wolfe – Unknown Rooms: A Collection Of Acoustic Songs
Genre: Acoustic/Folk

Label: Sargent House Records

Chelsea Wolfe, for those new to her, is a largely independent folk singer-songwriter from California who makes her trademark sound by blending her largely acoustic feel with elements from the likes of drone, doom, punk and even black metal. Her 2011 release “Ἀποκάλυψις” (Apocalypse) featured some tracks with occasional haunting shrieks and screams, along with drone-laden outros, and her 2010 release “The Grime And The Glow” even had greatly distorted moments often heard in noise-rock. Continue reading

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