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Convex’s First EP ‘Seems Logical’ an Engaging Cacophony

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Ben Hurst Convex, in collaboration with EasyLove Records, has released his "Seems Logical” EP, demonstrating a hopeful direction for 2014, propelled by festival bookings throughout...

Cub’b’s EP will get you ‘Wired’

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Gad Girling Cub'b: a great man and a better producer. Some of you may have had the honor of catching one of Cub’b's sets over...

Kurt Vile’s Latest EP is Synth-tastic

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Cindy Chan Staff Writer Kurt Vile and the Violators released their EP, "It’s a Big World Out There (And I Am Scared)," this past week. Former...

Grizzly Bear’s New ‘Shields: B-Sides’ a Mixed Bag

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Coleman Gray Staff Writer The Bottom Line: 6/10 The Brooklyn-based indie band Grizzly Bear is a bit of hodgepodge, both artistically and commercially, but I say that...

The Growlers’ ‘Gilded Pleasures’ is Sonic Bullion

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Giuseppe Ricapito Isla Vista Beat Reporter The Growlers' new EP, "Gilded Pleasures/Not Psych," is a nine-song compilation of intoxicating, laid-back surf rock—a perfect accompaniment to the...

I’m Dreaming of a Bad Christmas

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Robert Wojtkiewicz Senior Layout Editor There aren’t many things less punk than Christmas. The cheer, the merriment, and the joy are an antithesis of the genre’s...

Arcade Fire’s ‘Reflektor’ is Beautifully Bizarre

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Coleman Gray Staff Writer For those who have followed the musical arc of Arcade Fire, their newest double album “Reflektor” is a shocker. The difference between...

Ryan Hemsworth’s Debut Album ‘Guilt Trips’ a Sullen Lullaby

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Chris Ortega The Bottom Line: 9/10 A self-proclaimed “Remix Ryan Gosling” and “Internet Zach Morris,” Ryan Hemsworth has a charming personality that shows in his music...

Finally, Best Coast’s Patience for Cosentino’s Lover ‘Fades Away’

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James Shevelin The Bottom Line: 8/10 Best Coast’s latest extended play, entitled “Fade Away,” considers the themes of untimely love and bright, solitary California days, which...

The Head and the Heart’s ‘Let’s Be Still’ Is Anything But...

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Matt Mersel Science & Technology Editor Rating: 9/10 The Head and the Heart, the indie folk darlings from Seattle who made their debut in 2009, are back...