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Tuesday, 24 February 2015 07:00

Song of the Day: 'It's Time' by Hidden Charms

Though they may have the distinctively swinging and gritty R&B sound that producer Nick Waterhouse has made his sonic signature, UK band Hidden Charms more than finds its own voice on "It's Time."

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Monday, 23 February 2015 07:00

Song of the Day: 'Beloved Devotion' by KDH

We confess to being powerless before a band that combines Southern rock and garage rock -- and also uses three of our call letters in its name. KDH's "Beloved Devotion" just might inspire a little bit of that in you as well.

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Chicago band of brothers (as in literally three brothers) the Safes channel all their love for classic Brit-Invasion rock like the Kinks and the just as classic American garage rock of the Sonics into their slightly poppy, always tautly-written songs. "Hopes Up, Guard Down" is a rock 'n' roll anthem for these guardedly hopeful days.

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Saturday, 29 November 2014 10:40

Starter Kit: 10 essential psychedelic albums

The following list provides what I consider to be a great entry point into the world of psychedelic music, spanning five decades of this ever-growing genre's popularity.

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Thursday, 14 August 2014 06:49

Song of the Day: 'Susie Thumb' by Ty Segall

The latest from California rocker Ty Segall, "Susie Thumb," is a headlong rush into '60s garage fuzz and heavy psychedelia, as grimy as it is thrilling.

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Arish Ahmad Khan, better known as King Khan, should receive the award for hardest-working man in show business.

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San Antonio band the Rich Hands isn't afraid of its influences. "I wanted it to be everything I love about KISS," singer Cody Mauser has stated of the new track "So Fine." Rock 'n' roll mission accomplished, and more.

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Portland, Ore.'s Paradise doesn't just embrace the classic, '60s garage-rock sound; on "Born and Bound," the band grabs it by the throat and shakes loose all the economic and emotional desperation lurking beneath the messy surface.

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When local garage-rock trio Roundheels took the Firebird stage, I should have known it was going to be, well, an unorthodox evening.

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The brash crash of "Wolf at Your Window" by Brooklyn, N.Y. trio Raccoon Fighter makes a clear statement: garage rock isn't going away any time soon, and that's a good thing for fans of loud, limber rock 'n' roll.

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