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Honcho Dreams by Be Calm Honcho: Vinyl Record Review

By on May 5, 2014 in Record Reviews
Honcho Dreams by Be Calm Honcho: Vinyl Record Review

May 2014’s album is Honcho Dreams by Be Calm Honcho (an odd name, but it works.) Their sound has a surf rock, jam band feel to it. Each song is carefully constructed, which I appreciate. There’s obvious talent, creativity, and intention. The album opens with an energetic, jolting riff—the repeating phrase in “Always My Fault.” […]

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Variables by The Non-Commissioned Officers on Vinyl

By on March 15, 2014 in Record Reviews
Variables by The Non-Commissioned Officers on Vinyl

If ever you need to turn your life into a John Hughes movie montage (for…reasons), might I suggest the Non-Commissioned Officers’ Variables? This album is unapologetically upbeat and borderline disgustingly fun. You could do dishes to this album and it would be a party. In general, the album has a mid-late-90s vibe with some 60s […]

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Light Up Your Lantern by Lynx on Vinyl

By on February 8, 2014 in Record Reviews
Light Up Your Lantern by Lynx on Vinyl

Light up Your Lantern by Lynx, is quite impressive. The songwriting is complex, the instrumentation is varied, the production value is high—this is quality stuff. Lynx’s overall sound is aptly self-described as “folktronica.” Indeed, with its banjos and violins supporting New Age lyrics, it’s quite folky. On the other hand, there are also synth elements similar […]

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