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Music Review

English Teacher – This Could Be Texas

By - Jason Hamric As for diving into the latest sonic adventure from English Teacher, "This Could Be Texas," it's like embarking on a road trip with a car load of your closest friends. From the sunny vibes of "Albatross" to the infectious groove of "The World's Biggest Paving Slab," this album is a rollercoaster ride through the minds of Lily Fontaine, Lewis Whiting, Douglas Frost, and Nicholas Eden. English […]

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Music Review

METZ – Up on Gravity Hill

By - Jason Hamric If you like Hot Snakes, Pissed Jeans, No Age, Protomartyr, Nothing, Sonic Youth Metz's returning with "Up On Gravity Hill" after four long years isn't just a comeback – it's a full-blown evolution witnessed. From the get-go, the album grabs you by the ears and refuses to let go. The opening track, "No Reservation/Love Comes," clocks in at a solid six minutes of pure sonic intensity. […]

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RIP – legend DJ Mister Cee

In the somber echoes of the music world, a profound loss reverberates. DJ Mister Cee, a luminary figure in hip-hop and a cherished radio personality, has departed this realm at the age of 57. His passing leaves behind a legacy that transcends mere beats and melodies, resonating deeply within the hearts of countless fans and peers. Born Calvin LeBrun, DJ Mister Cee was more than just a maestro behind the […]

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O.J. Simpson Dies at 76

The world mourns the loss of a figure who once embodied the epitome of success in both athletics and entertainment. Orenthal James Simpson, better known as O.J. Simpson, passed away today at the age of 76. His life was a rollercoaster of triumphs and tragedies, leaving an indelible mark on American culture. Simpson first rose to prominence as a football prodigy, captivating audiences with his electrifying performances on the gridiron. […]

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s.i.c. picks

SIC PICKS – April 8, 2024

Gareth’s Picks Howard the Duck (1986) This oddball from the Eighties is worth seeing again or for the first time if you have not seen this oddity.  Starring icons of the 80's, Lea Thompson and Jeffrey Jones, as well as a young Tim Robbins, this film was somehow greenlit by a major studio.  Of course, it helps if George Lucas is the executive producer.  This is definitely not for the […]

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New Alan Vega Album “Insurrection” Announced: “Mercy” Leads Unearthed Gems from the Late Icon

In a moment that electrifies the underground music scene, the announcement of a new Alan Vega album, aptly titled "Insurrection," has sent shockwaves through the realms of post-punk and experimental music aficionados. The LP, set to release later this year, unearths a collection of previously unreleased tracks from the late luminary and co-founder of the groundbreaking band Suicide. "Mercy," the lead single from "Insurrection," emerges as a haunting testament to […]

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