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Conan Neutron

Oakland, California
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The Supreme Allied Commander of Rock. rowdy, opinionated, always with the doin' thangs... rocker, talker, etc. Secret Friends, Protonic Reversal... Yeah, yeah. We get it
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  1. UNPRESIDENTED: DIY vs. Donald Trump
    by Unintimidated: Wisconsin Musicians Against Scott Walker
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    53% (Overrun) 53% (Overrun)
    27 bands vs. Pres. 45. Long odds but I know where my money is at. Hint: bet on the DIY.

    Great, great bands and music and important stuff.

    If anybody says "protest music is dead" or pines for their precious 60s, just point them right here.
  2. Goths (Deluxe Version)
    by The Mountain Goats
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    Rain in Soho Rain in Soho
  3. Thin Black Duke
    by Oxbow
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    Cold and Well-Lit Place Cold and Well-Lit Place
  4. Ride the Trashheap of Sound
    by The Loyalists
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    Shamfrancisco Shamfrancisco
    The raging sounds of palpable discomfort and reckless abandon. The Loyalists return with another manifesto of broken garage rock beamed to Neptune and back mixed with that weird/awesome time when art rock and rock 'n roll could still hang out together and mean mug the popular kids. Deadly serious about knocking down your sacred totems.
  5. slap bass hunks
    by christian fitness
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    bruce hated puppies bruce hated puppies
    More excellence from the enigmatic and powerful Mr. Falkous. Essential stuff.
  6. Lines
    by Ghost To Atom
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    Homeland Homeland
    What a fantastic band. Operating in the space around some elements of Unwound and Paul Newman, Ghost to Atom put forth a challenging sound without ever sounding trite or contrived. A band that should have found a bigger audience and deserved more things. A hint of prog with well placed post-punk fury. This is well worth your time.
  7. Follow Your Heart
    by The Bismarck
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    Walk It Off Walk It Off
    The indefatigable and seeming undefeatable the Bismarck are back with yet another volley of post-punk/noiserock songs. Their first as a trio, neither the energy, the ire or the bombast are spared as these great plains to Seattle transplants bring the damage in a way that the young'uns either can't or won't. A very high recommendation indeed.
    by Lardo
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    Nothing Nothing
    I'm calling it right now, one of the best records of 2017. Lardo is back on the scene with a blitzkrieg of new tunes that will absolutely satisfy fans of Six Finger Satellite, Shellac, The Jesus Lizard & many other cornerstones of Noise Rock. The thing with Lardo is that they are actually adding something new to the mix. Bit Commander'd guitar and a contract killer's sense of purpose and economy. Angular, hooky, irritable earworms that have already infected your system. I'm sorry, it's terminal.
  9. Regrets
    by War Brides
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    Day Drinking Day Drinking
    Rip roarin' Daughers/Jesus Lizard style bangers. A relentless assault of hard partying discordance mission statements. Play it loud or get the hell out.
  10. Annex
    by Magpies
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    Places & Ghosts Places & Ghosts
    Straight out of Missoula Montana comes the band Magpies. Who manage to take all the song things that you loved about Sonic Youth, pick up the torch and run with it. The guitars chime and soar, the co-ed vocals propel the tunes and what you get is something totally familiar, yet a little bit new at the same time. Annex is probably their best work yet at the time of this writing, and Magpies thankfully show no signs of slowing down.
  11. Suppressor
    by Beat Drun Juel
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    Hugger Hugger
    What if PJ Harvey fronted the Dazzling Killmen? What if Uzeda was a sharp and taut 3-piece? Good starting points, but BDL are all their own and worth your close attention. Noisy, but hooky and aggressive as all get out.
    Essential stuff.


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