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Red World: Merso’s Remarkably Self-Assured Trip

by on October 20th, 2016 | 1 Comment »

Graham Isaac – It might be an exaggeration to say Seattle’s heavy/loud/punk scene is going through a renaissance, but there’s no shortage of various contortions of loud sounds coming through the pike these days, at an impressive rate and quality. Frequently at the forefront of the intersecting scenes that make up Seattle’s new rock pantheon is Good to Die Records, so when they announce a new signing, it’s worth taking note.

New Santigold Record: Danceable, Broodable

by on March 21st, 2016 | No Comments »

Graham Isaac – When Santi White burst on to international consciousness in 2008 as Santigold, with her debut record Santogold, it was both a breath of fresh air and a sign of musical movements already underway. That album’s deft and seemingly effortless melding of reggae, r & b, new wave and powerpop influences was only outdone by the confidence of songwriting.

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