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Gary Numan releases new music video for ‘I Am Dust’

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Today, Gary Numan released the video for his track, I Am Dust, which is lifted from his latest album, ‘Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind)’. The video is directed by Logan Owlbeemoth and uses Tachyons+ innovative video technology. Tachyons+ is a video glitch synth designing team that modifies vintage video gear to create new ways of crafting visual productions for… Read more »

Album Review: The National – Trouble Will Find Me

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by Matt Juniper Artist: The National Release: Trouble Will Find Me (2013) Label: 4AD Rating: 4.5 / 5 2010 marked quite the year for The National. The release of ‘Boxer’ gave them worldwide acclaim but it was ‘High Violet’ that truly thrust them into the spotlight, making them perhaps the biggest band in the world that 80% of the population has… Read more »

Album review: A Book Of Wanderers – A Book Of Wanderers

A Book For Wanderers

A Book For Wanderers is a solo project by Niagara Falls-based artist Anthony Botting. His self-titled debut was recently released and contains a whopping 15 tracks. The album kicks off with Seasons which sounds very Primal Scream circa ‘Screamadelica’-esque and this got my ears all perked up since ‘Screamadelica’ is a Culture Addicts favourite. Unfortunately, this sound did not continue… Read more »

Album review: Deerhunter – Monomania

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by Matt Juniper Artist: Deerhunter Release: Monomania (2013) Label: 4AD Rating: 3 / 5 Bradford Cox is one of those artists you either get or you don’t. Even those that DO get him often didn’t at first. I eventually ended up loving the frantic garage rock sound on ‘Cryptograms’, but my initial reaction was indifference. Only after falling for the surprising move to… Read more »

Album Review: Christ vs Krishna – Move and Scale

Toronto’s Christ vs Krishna have released a 7-track EP titled “Move and Scale,” which features their new single We Stand Alone. The tracks on the album are very consistent in style and sound, and really have a strong similarity to bands like The Lemonheads and The High from the mid 90s who were doing a nouveau 60s thing. Christ vs Krishna are doing… Read more »