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Hello Dollface
Warrior of Light
May 11, 2016 | by | No Comments | Read →

Hello Dollface’s new self-released record, Warrior of Light, takes its name from the inspirational writings of Paulo Coelho. It shares similar thematic material...


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    White Lung
    Paradise

    There was a time when comparing White Lung to, say, Slayer wasn’t too huge a stretch. That’s in large part because the band was known for its intensity, as...

  • Daniel Ash Stripped
    Daniel Ash
    Stripped

    If you didn’t know better, it would probably be safe to assume, judging from the title, that the new solo album from Daniel Ash is a mellow, stripped-down...

  • East of Venus Memory Box
    East of Venus
    Memory Box

    A New Jersey indie rock supergroup of sorts, East of Venus had been in existence for the past decade, but it wasn’t until last year that the band finally got around...

  • Twin Peaks Down in Heaven
    Twin Peaks
    Down in Heaven

    Twin Peaks are trying to be indie rock’s wildcard. From Sunken’s dream-pop to Wild Onion’s bratty power-pop to the oldies influences that cover their latest...


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Hello Dollface
Warrior of Light
Hello Dollface Warrior of Light

Hello Dollface’s new self-released record, Warrior of Light, takes its name from the inspirational writings of Paulo Coelho. It shares similar thematic material...

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Under the Big Black Sun
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