Fleshies: Introducing The Fleshies [Album Review]
Apr30

Fleshies: Introducing The Fleshies [Album Review]

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King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard: Fishing For Fishies [Album Review]
Apr29

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard: Fishing For Fishies [Album Review]

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Fishing For Fishies ATO/Flightless Records [2019] Who: Australian neo-psych wizards King Gizzard are back with their 14th long player. Sound: 70′ warm jamming sound laced with harmonica and some electro Devo rhythms. TFN Final Take: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have returned with their fourteenth album since their 2012 debut – and it is their first since releasing five very...

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Various Artists: Soul Slabs Vol. 2 [Album Review]
Apr23

Various Artists: Soul Slabs Vol. 2 [Album Review]

Various Artists Soul Slabs Vol. 2 Colemine Records [2019] Who: Soul Slabs Vol. 2 is a collection of A-sides from the 7-inch catalog of Loveland Ohio’s Colemine Records. Sound: This compilation features the Colemine spirit with plenty of heavy soul, jazz, funk, and R&B. TFN Final Take: If you have been enjoying the growth of the neo-soul movement then you should be no stranger to Colemine Records. The label has already...

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Ty Segall: Deforming Lobes [Album Review]
Apr05

Ty Segall: Deforming Lobes [Album Review]

Ty Segall Deforming Lobes Drag City Records [2019] Who: Ty Segall and the Freedom Band — Mikal Cronin, Charles Moothart, Emmett Kelly, and Ben Boye, offer up a snap shot of their live show. Sound: Live indie punk rock that does not slow down. TFN Final Take: Deforming Lobes is a salute to Ty Segall’s excellent song craftsmanship and his electric Freedom Band that he has had primarily together since 2016. The album was...

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The Scaners: II [Album Review]
Apr01

The Scaners: II [Album Review]

The Scaners II Dirty Water Records [2019] Who: French gonzo-synth punks and intergalactic scuzzball house band, The Scaners return just a year later after their debut with II. Sound: Synth punk rock that has both the intergalactic connections of Man Or Astro-Man? and the 1,2,3,4 of the Ramones. TFN Final Take: The Scaners have quickly returned with album number II after their debut came out just last year. The band does not do much to...

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