You’rNext (Small Stone). Review by Aaron Shaul.
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Mitch All Together / Strategic Grill Locations (Comedy Central). Review by Jason Feifer.
It’s Not The Heat, It’s The Humanity (Small Stone). Review by Stein Haukland.
Split CD (Shifty / Boredom Noise / Berzerker / Unknown Controller). Review by Matthew Moyer.
California Crossing (Mammoth). Review by David Lee Beowulf.
Those Peabodys (Post-Parlo). Review by Kurt Channing.
As hard as I try to look back on my childhood with glee, I just get a mental picture of a retarded blond boy falling down everywhere and generally making a fool of himself everytime I think of myself. I wasn’t just an idiot – I seemed to be completely unteachable. I would get jumped by neighborhood kids, get some rocks thrown at my face for good measure……and, sure as fuck, it would happen again.
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