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Lotus Feet

"Early Bird" quickly transitions between haunting organ sounds and quick swipes of guitar, the former more in the vein of neo-psychedelia and the latter more like garage-rock. A lovely meshing of vintage sounds, to be sure, muc...
 
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M. Bison Attack!

We are all part of a certain generation, whether it involves flower children or hair-metal. I was born in the late ’80s, so I found myself in between the phases of hair-metal and the revolution of home gaming consoles. Wh...

 
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Obscure Sound: Best of June 2008

It’s hard to believe that half of the year is already over. I still consider it too early to accurately determine my favorite releases of ’08, but it is still late enough to reflect on what the first 6 months have t...
 
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Dr. Dog – Fate (2008)

In essence, Dr. Dog have been making a living from the past. Plenty of contemporary bands utilize a style derived from the form of pop music that embraced the airwaves over 30 years ago, but Dr. Dog’s individuality arises in mo...

 
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Ghosty Discovers the Answers

When a lack of publicity gets them down, all some bands need is a helping hand from a familiarly comforting face. It can obviously be tough for those with no musical connections or specific geographical ties, but having a frien...
 
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Best Albums of 2007: #10 to #01

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Obscure Sound: Best of April 2007

Here is the second compilation, gathering the best tracks featured on this site in April. The previous compilation in March went over well so I hope you enjoy this one just as much. As usual, you can either download the songs i...
 
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God Save The Clientele!

The Clientele are achieving an odd form of success for a British band. In most cases, bands from different countries find initial success in their native country prior to any other location overseas. However, in this case, the ...

 
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Dr. Dog Brilliantly Declares We All Belong

If you are a reader of more than a few music blogs, you are probably familiar with Dr. Dog. The quintet from Philadelphia has been creating all sorts of buzz, online and off, with their newest and fourth album, We All Belong. T...