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    Bearded Bowies – An Interview with Madaila

    Written by Colin Kirkland cjkwrites.com The Sinclair dressing room. Sound-check. I look at the men of Madaila – a cosmic improv-pop group hailing from Burlington, Vermont – and mention that I’m thinking about calling them “The Bearded Backstreet Boys” in my article. They nod and smile, but as it...
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    Review: Bloodboy – Best of Bloodboy

    The first thing that struck me about Lexie Papilion’s LA-based band, Bloodboy, was the name. Before listening to “Fuck Yourself,” the first track off their recently released debut EP, The Best of Bloodboy, I was picturing Ozzy Osbourne ripping a bat head to pieces on stage or some post-grunge...
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    Goon – Dusk of Punk

    New-age grunge; a harsh sound with melancholy melody. Check out “Dusk of Punk,” by LA-based band, Goon. There are layers here! Stay tuned for an exclusive FeedingEars interview with Kenny Becker, the founder and leader of this emerging group....
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    Shura – What Happened To Us?

    Shura’s debut record, Nothing’s Real, took control of our Spotify playlists minutes after listening to the popular single, “Touch.” What we found to be confident moody synth in that track, can be found in every other tune on the album. There is love, broken-hearted adolescence, and imminent self-awareness here,...
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    An Interview with The New Review

    The day after this interview, I accidentally deleted the recording off my phone. It turns out that I am not tuned into the whole “backing-up” process when it comes to iPhones and the imperceptible “cloud” that floats above us all, forever invisible. But despite my proficiency in technology un-awareness,...
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    The Lemon Twigs – As Long As We’re Together

    Eighties-esque synthesizer, bouncy and wild; a piercing horn against a stand-up bass backdrop; lo-fi electric snarl ricocheting through a sweaty basement venue: these are sounds that have tremendous influence in progressive and/or popular bands’ music and image right now. But The Lemon Twigs have looked back far beyond the...
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    Sylvan Esso – Radio

    An anti-pop pop tune is what we have here, folks. Sylvan Esso’s newest track, “Radio,” begins like a synth-filled dance version of The Who’s mega-anthem “Baba O’Riley.” But instead of bringing light to a younger generation’s counterculture, Sylvan Esso sing in irony of the materialist consumer culture surrounding mainstream...
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    GoldLink – Dark Skinned Women + BBC 1 Radio interview

    GoldLink GoldLink GoldLink, we can’t get enough! He is taking over our page with back to back releases and you’ll hear more from us as his album is coming out this month. Listen below to his latest track called “Dark Skinned Woman” which has more of that upbeat poppy...