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Trickfinger

John Frusciante’s Trickfinger negotiates between chaos and peace in real-time

John Frusciante’s Trickfinger negotiates between chaos and peace in real-time When we think of an artist embarking on a solo career, it’s usually seen as a narcissistic endeavor to some degree. The dissenting member feels that their ideas need to break free of the crucible of the band and perhaps that their clout as an...

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The cranks and gears of Piqued Jacks’ “Just A Machine”

Just A Machine, the newest EP from Piqued Jacks, opens with the quick crack of a distorted egg. What then dribbles out is the yolk of six fluctuating industrial rock songs that leave the listener scrambled. The title and opening track starts with a patient riff that falls right off a cliff. When it lands...

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Could Dale Turner’s “Mannerism’s Magnified” Cause Neurogenesis?

Without a doubt you will hear about Dale Turner at some point if you haven’t already, but if you are new to this brilliant artist, then I feel privileged to introduce him to you. “Mannerisms Magnified” comfortably borders on masterpiece territory, with a perfect blend of tension and comfort, dissonance and melody. Highly recommended listening...

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