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Without Warning – Without Warning – album review

Without Warning throw out thrashy punk which will appeal to crossover fans.

The Cravats – In Toytown – album review

A quality re-issue from one of the UK's most underrated and bizarre punk bands.

Reel Big Fish – Candy Coated Fury – album review

Catchy ska-punk beats - just don't listen too hard to the lyrics

Diamond Terrifier – Kill The Self That Wants To Kill Yourself – album review

A challenging album of experimental sax that rewards the listener

Royalty: Eroica – single review

Latest single from Royalty fails to thrill our reviewer.

Wooderson: Let The Man Speak – album review

All I\'m trying to say, really, is that\'s it\'s a great debut from a great band.

The Flaming Lips: The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends – album review

This is definitely a record for fans of the Flaming Lips.

Extra Life: Dream Seeds – album review

I am impressed by the lyrics. Those are good, interesting, creepy, dark, and weird.

Buzzbomb: Secondary Objectives – album review

Fast, powerful instrumentation, lithe grooves, harmonic choruses and a thundering, precise rhythm....

Dead Fader: work it no – EP Review

\'Industrial Funk Stains\' is a pounding, relentless track complete with banshee screams...

Starring: ABCDEFG-HIJKLMNOP-QRSTUV-WXYZ – album review

This really is a well-produced, creative, solid package from beginning to end.

OLO Worms: Yard Is Open – album review

This is a cerebral record, a journey into the minds of the four members of OLO Worms, a multilayered, multifaceted creation,

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