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Every month we put together a list of about 20 albums we thought deserve a good look/listen and we ask our followers to come up with a Twitter style/mini review (or two) via our forum. As you can see from the amount of reviews below they rarely disappoint and some take this even further by writing full reviews (yes, that is also permitted). We also encourage everyone to submit reviews for records that aren’t on the list.

This list is contains a roundup of reviews from our March 2021 batch. We also have an archive of older material for review, which we highly recommend everyone to visit!

 

 

 

 

Still Available for Review

Tobacco – Fucked Up Friends 3

Cool and Frank – New England Science Center

Jane Weaver – Flock (Fire Records)

John Dwyer, Nick Murray, Brad Caulkins, Tom Dolas, Greg Coates – Witch Egg (Rock is Hell)

Joshua James Whitman – Magnetic North Invite (Shady Ridge)

Lit. Major – Fiction (Favorite Book Records) – ton of guests including Thor Harris (ex-Swans / Thor & Friends)

Wet Tuna – EAU’D TO A FAKE BOOKIE VOLUME 4 

Harrison and Dunkley – The Biscuit Sessions – 1

MXLX – Nebula Rasa

Andy Othling & Andrew Tasselmyer – Tall Gallows (h/t Steve Smith)

Eric Arn & Jasmine Pender – Hydromancy (Feeding Tube) (h/t cowsarejustfood)

Pie Are Squared – Anemoia (in three parts) (Mailbox)

Andrew Weathers & Hayden Pedigo – Big Tex, Here We Come (Debacle Records)

Tomahawk – Tonic Immobility (Ipecac)

One from before 2021

Brusalan – Seven Cities Ago

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