[Bullet Music] The Wonder Years – Sister Cities (Album Review)

You’re probably reading this on a mobile phone; this probably means that the majority of your close family and friends are only a few seconds and several dial tones away. The entire world is resting in the palm of your hand, easily accessible regardless of the distance between yourself and those confined within. But, there… Read More [Bullet Music] The Wonder Years – Sister Cities (Album Review)

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Record of the Day #9 – Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties, Bittersweet

I don’t buy many seven-inch records, and I’ve wondered often about why that might be. I think it’s a matter of quantity, knowing perhaps that I’d rather sit down and listen to a record for a full half hour than for only ten or fifteen minutes. I like the size of a twelve-inch record also… Read More Record of the Day #9 – Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties, Bittersweet

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The Wonder Years – No Closer To Heaven (Review)

Since first hearing The Upsides some five years ago, in an old friends bedroom, The Wonder Years have always been a constant in my musical life, each of their records an anchor to a particular period of time, realigning with each new release. The bands second record was for the angst-riddled teenager I was back then, hating… Read More The Wonder Years – No Closer To Heaven (Review)

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Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties – We Don’t Have Each Other (Review)

When was the last time you listened to a record and really became absorbed by the lyrical content of said record? Maybe it was last year’s The Greatest Generation, which was released by Dan ‘Soupy’ Campbell’s main project The Wonder Years? Perhaps it wasn’t, but it doesn’t really matter because there’s a good chance We… Read More Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties – We Don’t Have Each Other (Review)

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