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Last Call For Week Of January 26th, 2015

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Doomtree Rules

I Let You Go – The Lone Bellows – Tasteful, draggy Americana. It lets you take a little snooze as you wander out of the album and it depresses you as well– C

Congratulations – Ne-Yo – The problem with he song is the problem with album, it is a bad song but a great voice – C-

It Is You – Natalie Prass – Sounds like it wandered off a Hollywood musical from the 1950s (not the 1940s) in a good way. A last love song – A-

Adverserial/Copulating Snakes – Napalm Death – Sounds like everything else but with a better name – B+

Marathon – Doomtree – Good last track, it has that fare thee well feel to it, a trebly introduction, dream world, something in a dream world and yet away from everything, “i’m tearing down all these outmoded ideas about how it’s going” they claim… – B+

Surely I Can Rebuild You – Corey Dargel – Ends as it means to start in a nightmarish world of violins scratching over his off tune voice. A good one, “whatever it was that killed you, surely i can rebuild” -is that hope? – B+

Pattern/Shadow – The Dodos – Before they’re extinct a thumping classic rock anthem – B

Me And You Forever – Charlie Wilson – Nice one, heavy duty wus love but why not – B+

 

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