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REVIEW: Tame Impala - Let It Happen
There's almost no lead guitar and there are intentional glitches that sound like a CD skipping. Instead, it's full of dance energy, it's subtly melancholic and the vocals and drums still have a sixties flavor. Despite being such a long song, "Let It Happen" never stops being interesting.

Read more & listen to the song at: http://www.thespacelab.tv/Music-Reviews/2015/04-April/001-Music-Review-Tame-Impala-Let-It-Happen.html
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We like these 41 Camping Hacks to help your next stay at the 'Roo... Let us know if you try any! #bonnaroo  
These tips and tricks will guarantee you'll be a totally happy camper this summer.
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REVIEW: Death Cab for Cutie - Kintsugi
Despite Death Cab for Cutie going through the wringer, Kintsugi isn’t a fully depressing album (even though by all rights it should be). It’s certainly a mellow album, full of heartfelt lyrics and ballads of love and loss, but not the dark, depressing breakup album you might expect. Each track is smooth and contemporary, some somber and some passively pop. The feeling I got from the entire album was the underlying eighties vibe – any track could be a cover of some eighties synth pop band’s hit from 1985. I love that about the album and it’s not overwhelming or overly obvious, but it’s definitely there.

Read the full review and listen to music from the album at: http:/www.thespacelab.tv/Music-Reviews/2015/03-March/015-Music-Review-Band-Death-Cab-For-Cutie-Kintsugi.html
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REVIEW: Death Cab for Cutie - Kintsugi
Despite Death Cab for Cutie going through the wringer, Kintsugi isn’t a fully depressing album (even though by all rights it should be). It’s certainly a mellow album, full of heartfelt lyrics and ballads of love and loss, but not the dark, depressing breakup album you might expect. Each track is smooth and contemporary, some somber and some passively pop. The feeling I got from the entire album was the underlying eighties vibe – any track could be a cover of some eighties synth pop band’s hit from 1985. I love that about the album and it’s not overwhelming or overly obvious, but it’s definitely there.

Read the full review and listen to music from the album at: http:/www.thespacelab.tv/Music-Reviews/2015/03-March/015-Music-Review-Band-Death-Cab-For-Cutie-Kintsugi.html
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REVIEW: Pill - “Misty Eyed Porno Reader”
By: Andrea
Brooklyn indie rockers PILL are starting fires on the web with their brand new EP, available via Bandcamp. It's called Dull Tools.

Listening to the track "Misty Eyed Porno Reader," I wonder if the band's moniker is somehow a reference to Public Image Limited, as their sound strikes for some raw 80s no-wave aesthetics. Are you familiar with the primal stomp and chaotic jam-like premises that turned The Stooges' Fun House into an absolutely shocking masterpiece of rock music? PILL deliver the same frantic madness, but the chaotic element is even more enhanced with cavernous guitar soundscapes and lyrics on acid.

PILL are relatively new to the music scene, although they sound like a band that's been around for years. A song like “Misty Eyed Porno Reader” might sound like a rambling disorganized mess to the uninitiated, but the truth is that it takes a lot of vision to achieve what this band set out to accomplish, unapologetically revisiting some classic influences under the scope of their own personality as musicians.

The rest of the band’s EP is just as interesting as the single. You’ll love this is you are a fan of NYC avant-rock or even post punk (Siouxie and The Banshees, Sonic Youth, Gang Of Four…)

Pill didn’t really invent the wheel, but they sure know how to spin it.

See more & listen to music from the album at: http://www.thespacelab.tv/Music-Reviews/2015/03-March/014-Music-Review-Band-Pill-Misty-Eyed-Porno-Reader.html
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REVIEW: Tame Impala - Let It Happen
There's almost no lead guitar and there are intentional glitches that sound like a CD skipping. Instead, it's full of dance energy, it's subtly melancholic and the vocals and drums still have a sixties flavor. Despite being such a long song, "Let It Happen" never stops being interesting.

Read more & listen to the song at: http://www.thespacelab.tv/Music-Reviews/2015/04-April/001-Music-Review-Tame-Impala-Let-It-Happen.html
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REVIEW: Tame Impala - Let It Happen
There's almost no lead guitar and there are intentional glitches that sound like a CD skipping. Instead, it's full of dance energy, it's subtly melancholic and the vocals and drums still have a sixties flavor. Despite being such a long song, "Let It Happen" never stops being interesting.

Read more & listen to the song at: http://www.thespacelab.tv/Music-Reviews/2015/04-April/001-Music-Review-Tame-Impala-Let-It-Happen.html

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REVIEW: Death Cab for Cutie - Kintsugi
Despite Death Cab for Cutie going through the wringer, Kintsugi isn’t a fully depressing album (even though by all rights it should be). It’s certainly a mellow album, full of heartfelt lyrics and ballads of love and loss, but not the dark, depressing breakup album you might expect. Each track is smooth and contemporary, some somber and some passively pop. The feeling I got from the entire album was the underlying eighties vibe – any track could be a cover of some eighties synth pop band’s hit from 1985. I love that about the album and it’s not overwhelming or overly obvious, but it’s definitely there.

Read the full review and listen to music from the album at: http:/www.thespacelab.tv/Music-Reviews/2015/03-March/015-Music-Review-Band-Death-Cab-For-Cutie-Kintsugi.html
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REVIEW: Death Cab for Cutie - Kintsugi
Despite Death Cab for Cutie going through the wringer, Kintsugi isn’t a fully depressing album (even though by all rights it should be). It’s certainly a mellow album, full of heartfelt lyrics and ballads of love and loss, but not the dark, depressing breakup album you might expect. Each track is smooth and contemporary, some somber and some passively pop. The feeling I got from the entire album was the underlying eighties vibe – any track could be a cover of some eighties synth pop band’s hit from 1985. I love that about the album and it’s not overwhelming or overly obvious, but it’s definitely there.

Read the full review and listen to music from the album at: http:/www.thespacelab.tv/Music-Reviews/2015/03-March/015-Music-Review-Band-Death-Cab-For-Cutie-Kintsugi.html
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REVIEW: Death Cab for Cutie - Kintsugi
Despite Death Cab for Cutie going through the wringer, Kintsugi isn’t a fully depressing album (even though by all rights it should be). It’s certainly a mellow album, full of heartfelt lyrics and ballads of love and loss, but not the dark, depressing breakup album you might expect. Each track is smooth and contemporary, some somber and some passively pop. The feeling I got from the entire album was the underlying eighties vibe – any track could be a cover of some eighties synth pop band’s hit from 1985. I love that about the album and it’s not overwhelming or overly obvious, but it’s definitely there.

Read the full review and listen to music from the album at: http:/www.thespacelab.tv/Music-Reviews/2015/03-March/015-Music-Review-Band-Death-Cab-For-Cutie-Kintsugi.html
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REVIEW: Death Cab for Cutie - Kintsugi
Despite Death Cab for Cutie going through the wringer, Kintsugi isn’t a fully depressing album (even though by all rights it should be). It’s certainly a mellow album, full of heartfelt lyrics and ballads of love and loss, but not the dark, depressing breakup album you might expect. Each track is smooth and contemporary, some somber and some passively pop. The feeling I got from the entire album was the underlying eighties vibe – any track could be a cover of some eighties synth pop band’s hit from 1985. I love that about the album and it’s not overwhelming or overly obvious, but it’s definitely there.

Read the full review and listen to music from the album at: http:/www.thespacelab.tv/Music-Reviews/2015/03-March/015-Music-Review-Band-Death-Cab-For-Cutie-Kintsugi.html
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Spacelab is a collective, bringing you the best indie music news, music festivals in 2014 and media from the independent music scene. This includes indie rock, electronic music and alternative music. Also covered are streaming music sites and services as well as digital music news and technology. Check out music videos and MP3 from Spacelab TV.
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