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Flashback Review: Plastic Thomas & the Papaya/St Pauls Voltage Parade - Together Apart

Artist: Plastic Thomas & the Papaya / St Pauls Voltage Parade
Album: Together Apart
Release: March 01, 2012
Our Take: “Buy it”

The Champaign-Urbana music scene has always grown rapidly. noch 332 Wörter

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Flashback Review: ACKER - Sea Songs

Artist: ACKER
Album: Sea Songs
Release: January 1, 2015
Our take: “Stream it”

ACKER’s album art depicts the mystery and unpredictability in their music. Although ACKER labels itself as a rock band, the combination of guitars, percussion and cello, plus the creative and ingenious application of pedals destine the band’s extraordinarines far past rock ‘n’ roll. noch 295 Wörter

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Flashback Review: Dave Coresh - ARTAPE

Artist: Dave Coresh
Release: 2012
Our Take: “Stream It”

Anyone involved in hip-hop in Champaign-Urbana will tell you the scene is inexplicably marginalized to the point of near non-existence. noch 666 Wörter

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Flashback Review: Hank. - Pinched.

Artist: Hank.
Album: Pinched.
Release: July 27, 2013
Our Take: “Buy It”

I don’t particularly like the term “math rock” when it comes to describing music that’s rhythmically or compositionally complex. noch 421 Wörter

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Flashback Review: Sun Stereo - Rogue Satellite

Artist: Sun Stereo
Album: Rogue Satellite
Release: May 24, 2012
Our Take: “Buy it”

With the scrupulous recording, you’d like to turn the volume as loud as possible to immerse yourself into Sun Stereo’s 2012 release… noch 369 Wörter

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Flashback Review: The Arms of Someone New - Susan Sleepwalking

This article is part of a series where we review old albums from Champaign-Urbana’s past.

Artist: The Arms of Someone New
Album: Susan Sleepwalking
Release: noch 397 Wörter

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#915 - Flashback Review: Galaxy Quest

Almost a year ago to the day, readers Mickey and Mike called me out for never having seen Galaxy Quest. As a Star Trek fan it seemed only natural that I would have seen a movie that both pokes fun at and honors Gene Roddenberry’s wagon train to the stars. noch 670 Wörter