Tag: sludge-rock

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: The Oxford Coma, “Everything Out of Tune”

The sounds coming out of the new release from Phoenix-based The Oxford Coma aren’t exactly those you would hope to buoy you up if...

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Album Review: David Grubbs, “Creep Mission”

It starts with the guitar and the guitar alone, amplified slightly but not distorted, its complicated figures as crystalline as frosted...

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ALBUM REVIEW: THE VALERY TRAILS, “Chameleon Bones”

This third album was made over two continents and there’s been a lot of living from the three members that make up The Valery...

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Album Review: JPNSGRLS, “Divorce”

This sophomore effort from Vancouver outfit, JPNSGRLS (pronounced “Japanese Girls”) trades a bit in the guitar fire-power sound...

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ALBUM REVIEW: PINK MEXICO, “Fool”

This latest offering from Brooklyn’s Pink Mexico (a ponderous name) is Fool, an album of heavy, fuzzed-out guitar rock that has some...

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Popdose Exclusive Video Premiere: Western Star, “Fireball”

Popdose is extremely pleased to present the premiere of Western Star’s official video, the title track of their debut album...

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ALBUM REVIEW: WESTERN STAR, “Fireball”

It’s a pleasure and refreshing to see and hear so many newer bands taking a direct, no-nonsense approach to rock and roll again...