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  • By way of some cosmic miracle, only one Total Hell pops up when the band moniker is searched on Discogs And that would be the band responsible for the five-song blast of heavy metal sounds at hand Now active for about two years plus change and exported from the very metal and punk fertile New Orleans, Total Hell is DD Deth (aka...
  • Some records hit one with an instant impression of timeless brilliance, and Low Life’s Dogging is one of those records, what the wise call “an instant classic” From Squats To Lots: The Agony And The XTC Of Low Life is more like their second album Downer Edn (read Edition), a little more withdrawn, a little more textured...
  • On Now Where Were We, The Exbats hit the ground running like a dystopian garage rock version of the Shangri-Las, or like a message to the future from the pre-Velvet Underground doo-wop wannabe Lou Reed The album rings bright, like a beacon in the wilderness: eminently, effortlessly catchy, and loaded with buoyant choruses that...
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    With Optic Sink, Natalie Hoffmann (NOTS) creates a musical paradox: an endeavor that doesn’t really seem to belong to any particular time or place, constructed with sounds that are synthesized and stripped down, yet bristling with urgency and brutalist emotion The project took shape in 2018, when NOTS were on a break to write...

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