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Orouni – The Peanut Specialist

Wow, On Monday I reviewed a track by a French band called Stranded Horse and that was amazing, now I’m reviewing ANOTHER track by a French band, and this just caused a concussion as I fell out of my car. …

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People Flavor – Words

Words? Yeah, once the Bee Gees said they are the only thing they’ve got, but People Flavor destroy that, for them it’s words that cause problems. Whether you’re on team Bee Gees or People Flavor, I don’t care but what …

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Stranded Horse – Monde

Yup – it’s happened! – the first track of the year to leave my jaw hanging like a cartoon character and make me say wow simultaneously. It comes in the form of a gentle finger pluckingly awesome guitar track by …

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Gláss – You’re not Real

Glass: fragile, thin, yet slightly dangerous. Gláss: a band from Athens, GA, Fragile lyrics, thin yet slightly dangerous sounding, You’re not Real has a post punk influence; there’s rumbling bass mixed with an 80’s guitar sound. At times the guitar …

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Sunflower Bean – Easier Said

So it’s 2016 and let’s kick off the year with a track from bright new shiny band, Sunflower Bean. Yes I know the band have been getting a lot of press since some stellar SXSW shows, but honestly they deserve …

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2015 Vindictive Jukebox – Bits and Bobs

Top 10 tracks 1.Tame Impala – Let it Happen 2. The Weeknd – Can’t Feel My Face 3. Courtney Barnett – Pedestrian at Best 4. Forest of Tongue – Feeling Fresh 5. Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Can’t Keep Checking My …

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Vindictive Jukebox’s Albums of 2015: Number 1

Father John Misty – I Love You, Honeybear I am noticing that in the past few years my number one album tends to pop up during the first few months of the year. In a way that’s good because that …

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Vindictive Jukebox’s Albums of 2015: Number 2

Number 2. Courtney Barnett – Sometimes I sit and Think and Sometimes I just Sit I will flat out say that Courtney Barnett is THE best lyricist from the past 15 years. Saying that there were traces of it in …

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Vindictive Jukebox’s Albums of 2015: Number 3

Number 3. Ezra Furman – Perpetual Motion People Ezra Furman is one of those chameleonic singer-songwriters. What I mean is that within Perpetual Motion People’s 13 tracks there’s a lot of variety. Essentially there’s a heavy doo wop vibe, but …

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Vindictive Jukebox’s top Albums of 2015: Number 4

Number 4: John Grant – Grey Tickles, Black Pressure Throughout his past two solo albums, two types of John Grant songs have emerged. The first type is a string-laden ballad, and the other is an electro pop tune, and in …

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