• DeVotchKa

    DeVotchKa

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    Merchandise

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  • The Horrors

    The Horrors

    Skying (XL). Review by Matthew Moyer.

  • Blacklist

    Blacklist

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  • Juliana Hatfield

    Juliana Hatfield

    How To Walk Away (Ye Olde Records). Review by Laura Pontillo.

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  • Lassie Foundation / Duraluxe

    I Duel Sioux and the Ale of Autumn (Grand Theft Autumn Records). Review by Randall J. Stephens.

  • Jon Auer

    6 1/2 (Pattern 25). Review by Ian Koss.

  • The Red Telephone

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