Husky – Forever So – Review

September 4, 2012

This Aussie quartet prefers somber songsmithing to brazen self-promotion. While not setting the world on fire, Husky sure does write some good songs.

Dusted – Total Dust – Review

August 24, 2012

Brian Borcherdt (Holy Fuck) and Leon Taheny (Bruce Peninsula) team up to make lo-fi, fuzzy, glowing indie rock. More Spiritualized than synthy dance crap.

Jack White – Blunderbuss – Review

July 27, 2012

I hate to use the term “watered-down White Stripes,” which I’m sure someone out there has used to describe Blunderbuss, but I’m almost forced to.

King Tuff – Review

July 9, 2012

Garagey rock, recorded in Detroit, vocals that start mirror-staring introspection and wind up howling catchily over swaggering guitar and thumping beats.

Tallhart – Bloodlines – Review

July 1, 2012

Tampa-based Tallhart are the first band released by Say Anything’s Max Bemis’ Rory Records through Equal Vision. And it doesn’t sound like Say Anything.

Tony Sly – Sad Bear – Review

April 15, 2012

No Use For A Name’s Tony Sly is a staple of the punk scene, and you get a more intimate look at the singer-songwriter on “Devonshire and Crown.”

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