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First studio album from Uncle Tupelo (Wilco/Son Volt) gets the Legacy Edition treatment

Published on January 24,2014 by Review from old page

The oft-lauded 1990 album 'No Depression' from Uncle Tupelo bristles with rowdy, cowpunk...

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Intriguing and engaging experimental release from prog-metallers Periphery

Published on January 24,2014 by Review from old page

It’s easy to dismiss Clear as a stop-gap in Periphery’s career as the wait for album no.3...

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Bella Union welcomes newest signing Mt. Royal to the fold with debut EP release

Published on January 23,2014 by Review from old page

As new kids on the dream-pop block, Mt. Royal hit a peak early on in their first outing...

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NEW ARTIST OF THE DAY – Lay Siege

Published on January 23,2014 by Review from old page

Brutal metallic onslaught from the Midlands… SUBBA-CULTCHA.COM SAYS: “WOW! The...

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BIG-HEARTED POST-ROCK FROM TIDES OF MAN

Published on January 23,2014 by Review from old page

Melodies and soundscapes tending toward lighter shades in dynamic post-rock debut. ...

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NEW ARTIST OF THE DAY – Hey Vanity

Published on January 22,2014 by Review from old page

Subba-Cultcha gets it’s ears around the alt-pop-rock sound of Hey Vanity. ...

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A debut that could stand the test of time? Decade come out swinging

Published on January 21,2014 by Review from old page

There’s something about British bands that can make even the happiest types of music seem...

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The Rifles - None the wiser but still a winning formula

Published on January 20,2014 by Review from old page

The Rifles steam roll in to 2014 with their trademark Mod sound that will only cement...

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New Artist of the Day: Lizzo

Published on January 20,2014 by Review from old page

Bold, brash and brilliant Hip-Hop from the fast rising Lizzo! SUBBA-CULTCHA.COM...

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An eclectic, experimental and diverse debut from East India Youth

Published on January 20,2014 by Review from old page

The debut album from East India Youth has been dividing critics sharply into two...

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