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ALBUM REVIEW: Parquet Courts ‘Sunbathing Animal’

Everything got a lot livelier when Andrew Savage and his Texas punk gang showed up, bustling with attitude and shooting off wisecracks far wittier and faster than any band out there. From inception, Parquet Courts had declared only one goal for the group’s career: to overwhelm and overthrow a music scene starved for “emotional honesty” with raging guitar freak-outs, thought-provoking lyrics and a swooping sense of melodrama, as seen in popular band  singles, such as  “Master of My Craft” and “Borrowed Time.” Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Far-Out Fangtooth ‘Borrowed Time’

Initially conceived as a fanzine way back in 1987, Siltbreeze Records founder, Tom Lax, has spent a sizable chunk of his efforts rummaging through the blot of the noise-rock landscape as artists such as Halo of Flies, The Dead C, Strapping Fieldhands, Mike Rep and even Guided by Voices, have all sprung up seemingly overnight from the obscurest of depths to achieve cult-worthy prominence amongst followers of his label. One must hand it to Lax, whose hyper-vigilance for said artists may have never reached fruition elsewhere had it not been…

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