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{Review}: The Strumbellas in Vancouver

Alex Hejduk reviews The Strumbellas' show at The Imperial in Vancouver, BC

Music, Reviews

Intime

Music, The Elliott Murphy Papers

{Review} Drowners: Tearing up a PDX stage with a handful of songs

Kristen Fisher reviews The Drowners' live show in Portland, Oregon

Music, Reviews

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Zouch readers, hello! We are making playlists for our friends, for our insomnia, for our lovers, for ourselves, and for you. We are on 8 Tracks. Come and join us!

Music

Orphan Factory’s “The Waning Light of Fall”

In the state of Idaho, in the panhandle, an abandoned farm church has become the howling ground for Orphan Factory. Born in the shadowed rural area, he came across this haunted yet soul-captivating place.

Music, Reviews

Sore Eros’ Sickies Vol. 2: Pastoral Psychedelia and Whimsical Innocence

Second Chants, released in 2009 and Know Touching in 2011 revealed Sore Eros’ characteristic dreamy, melodic sound led by Robert Robinson’s wavering vocals and Adam Langellotti’s layered guitar, with synth melodies and hissing percussion that is often erratic but equally harmonious.

Music, Reviews

SIX SONGS IN SPITE OF/DEDICATED TO MIDGE MARIE OSWALD

Before I begin, I have to be clear: this article is not meant to ask for forgiveness, it is not meant to place blame, incur wrath, or inflict pain. It is also not meant to take itself too seriously.

Commentary, Culture, Essays, Music

Sunday Driver: The Music of a Steampunk Storybook Utopia

Sunday Drivers is a band from the UK that consists of Chandy Nath (lead vocals), James Clayton (guitar and sitar), Richard Bullen (bass, backing vocals), Katharine Luisa (harp, clarinet, bass clarinet, spoons and backing vocals), Simon Richardson (guitar, backing vocals), Scott Jowett (drums/percussion) and Amit Joggia (tabla).

Music, Reviews

The Evolution of Art and Culture at NXNE + 7 Good Bands

My first and only prior trip to NXNE was back in 2007. Let me tell you, five years really is an eternity when it comes to digital culture.

Culture, Digital, Film, Music
French rock band Duplex playing live

{Indie Rock} DUPLEX: A Modern French-American Sonic Hybrid

Music, Reviews

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