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Just when everyone was growing used to the idea that Sleater-Kinney was on a permanent hiatus, leaving room for Corin Tucker's eponymously-titled band to release 1,000 Years, the peerless and cohesiveness of Janet Weiss (drums), Carrie Brownstein (vocals/guitar), and Tucker (vocals/guitar) are back. 7.2/10 Review: http://www.liquidhip.com/2015/01/sleater-kinney-finds-no-cities-to-love.html #music  

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The laid back surf punk sound of The Growlers is seeing a renewed uptick in attention as the band takes a victory lap for the album. 6.9/10 Review: http://www.liquidhip.com/2015/01/the-growlers-play-chinese-fountain.html #music  

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Expect to hear more from Gang Of Youths frontman David Leaupepe in the upcoming year. The talented singer/songwriter from down under is fresh off being named one of the best live music acts of the year out of Sydney and winning bronze in The Vanda & Young Songwriting Competition, which raises funds for Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Australia. http://www.liquidhip.com/2014/12/gang-of-youths-is-emerging-artist.html #music  

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There aren't many holiday EPs that can preserve their shelf lives after the season, but that is what makes Whole Again by Front Porch Step a stunning four-track set. Led by an emotive musician from Newark, Ohio, Jake McElfresh reinforces his ability to deliver impassioned lyrics accompanied by the twang of well-played punk acoustic. In review: http://www.liquidhip.com/2014/12/front-porch-step-plays-whole-again.html #music  

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Berkeley To Bakersfield overcomes some unevenness across 18 tracks as David Lowery splits the difference between creative tugs into equal parts. One side covers hedonism and hypocrisy, giving Cracker its historic alternative bite. The other side moves its country underpinnings into the foreground, making what would otherwise be called a standalone country album only one part to the whole. In review: http://www.liquidhip.com/2014/12/cracker-cuts-berkeley-to-bakersfield.html 7.5/10

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The Eeries are reviving the golden era of guitar-driven alternative rock with an urgent swirl of punk-infused dream pop. It's a great wake up. Review: http://www.liquidhip.com/2014/12/the-eeries-roar-past-some-cool-kids.html

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LISTEN, SHARE, DOWNLOAD, ENJOY Khalid - Let Me Go ‪#‎Girl‬ ‪#‎SoundCloud‬ ‪#‎MVRK‬ ‪#‎KHALID‬ ‪#‎Love‬ ‪#‎Drake‬…

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After coming together in Austin around 2010 and putting out the seldom heard but critically appreciated LP Permanent Basement in 2012, Hundred Visions has been busy. In between a heavy touring schedule, the band took time out to lay down a sophomore LP with Pau Wau Records. Review: http://www.liquidhip.com/2014/11/hundred-visions-riffs-off-some-spite.html #music  

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The new indie rock endeavor fronted by former Thursday and United Nations vocalist Geoff Rickly is off to a strong start. The band, No Devotion, picks up the remaining five members of the Lostprophets. In review: http://www.liquidhip.com/2014/11/pulling-post-punk-with-no-devotion.html #music  

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