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Saul Williams

The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust!

November 12th, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

Niggy Tardust

Off the heels of Radiohead’s “pay what you want” digital distribution, Williams ups the ante, offering his latest album for free with the option to donate $5 to the artist. All this while being decidedly less established. After several tours, opening for Nine Inch Nails, Williams and NIN’s Trent Reznor hook up to collaborate on what can only be described as a monumental success in programming. [...]

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Radiohead

In Rainbows

November 10th, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

In Rainbows

So here’s the thing. Whether you’re a fan of Radiohead or one of the few listeners who isn’t, it is absolutely, undeniably, without question that Thom Yorke and Co. have balls…big ones. The entire catalogue of Radiohead is soaked in dichotomy, [...]

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The Dillinger Escape Plan

Ire Works

November 10th, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

Ire Works

With drummer Chris Pennie defecting to join prog, sci-fi rockers, Coheed and Cambria, TDEP’s return to the metal masses answers any concerns that they may be going the way of the buffalo. The album immediately launches into “Fix Your Face,” (featuring long-departed original vocalist Dimitri Minakakis) which chaotically swirls and slams into the drum blasts of “Lurch.” [...]

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Minus the Bear

Planet of Ice

September 3rd, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

Planet of Ice

Lost amongst the throngs of bands bubbling out of the greater Seattle area, MtB has consistently put out some of indie rock’s best records. Beautifully interlacing the indie songwriting spirit with subtle electronics, MtB has crafted a sound of their own amid a plethora of sound-a-likes. Despite the [...]

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Aesop Rock

None Shall Pass

September 3rd, 2007 · Written by · 1 Comment

None Shall Pass

Since 2001’s Labor Days, Long Island born and raised Ian Matthias Bavitz – under the AR moniker – exploded onto the underground hip-hop scene armed with razor-sharp, socially conscious prose. When you’re unofficially crowned the indie king of an entire genre, odds are [...]

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