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Weirdos Of The Week: Bulbul

There's a lot of strange people out there, but it seems three of them have congregated under the name of Bulbul to make catchy and straight-forward rock songs laced in LSD and dripping with the sounds of what... Read More...
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Behold the Arctopus – Horrorscension

Every so often there's an album that can change someone's perspective on music. For whatever reason, good or bad, this record alters the way a person thinks of music. Records like Gorguts' Obscura, Cynic's Traced in Air, or Primus' Frizzle Fry push musical boundaries and cause people to think of it in a whole new light. Behold the Arctopus' latest release, Horrorscension, has the potential to be one of those albums for a lot of people.
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Rush – Clockwork Angels

Twenty albums in, you have to ask: what's left for Rush to prove? A band that have already been through and gotten over their 'questionable' period, characterised by excessive synthesizers and the sudden mastery of levitation, in record time and returned to that driving proggy rock that defined classics like 2112 and Moving Pictures. Since the hiatus and return of legendary drummer Neil Peart after a huge personal tragedy, the band has cautiously returned to recording music, in the form of 2002's Vapor Trails and Snakes And Arrows five years later. Both albums were distinctly Rush and both contained some great tracks, but they weren't quite the return to form that fans had been waiting for.