Read our take on Mogwai’s latest release, “Rave Tapes”
Check out our review of the latest Franz Ferdinand album, Right Thoughts Right Words Right Action.
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In love with Best Coast or missing the Beach Boys? Check out Seattle’s surf rock group, La Luz.
“Give The People What They Want”, has more character and emotional value than ever before.
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Check out this album review on Chicago Indie duo Sleepy Kitty’s new album, “Projection Room”.
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The album is the first release from UK artist and composer Mat Zo. Check out this review of a worthy addition to the canon of electronic music.
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Take a look at an EP review of local Iowa City musician, Dana T.
Eric Intlekofer reviews the Brooklyn-based duo Mountains’ latest, sprawling drone effort, titled “Centralia.”
What music did KRUIers dig the most in 2012? Music staffers report on their favorites from the past school year.
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To call the End of Daze EP the “Only in Dreams Reject Club” would be unjust as some songs never make it on their intended album. But California’s Dum Dum Girls know how to make amazing EPs (He Gets Me High EP anyone?) and End of Daze is like He Gets Me High’s lo-fi art more »