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Plaster

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Hyness

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Black Suit Devil

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Yamantaka // Sonic Titan

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The Pack A.D.

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Chad VanGaalen

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Potengowski Anna Friederike

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Todd Rundgren

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Old 97's

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Needles//Pins

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Ohama

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Nicolas Horvath

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Hugo Wolf Quartet

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Heat

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Parallels

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Monica Chapman

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Alexis Baro & Pueblo Nuevo Jazz Project

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Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings

Reviews for K Records artists

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Jason Anderson

The Wreath

Jason Anderson, who occasionally records under the name “Wolf Colonel�, is an artist who can call his label home. K Records is known for cotton candy sweetness (a la the recent Kimya Dawson record) and... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Apr 17, 2005

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Kimya Dawson

Hidden Vagenda

The Moldy Peaches weren't exactly a band for everybody. Featuring goofy, child-like vocals with lyrics that were somehow both crude and innocent (often at the same time), and music recorded lower than lo fi, the... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Jan 17, 2005

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Jeremy Jay

A Place Where We Could Go

God help me for saying it, but I’ve never been a Calvin Johnson fan.  Nothing in his projects has ever held me past a few moments of “Huh.  Interesting.”  Given that, I’m usually cautious about...

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By James Hayashi-Tennant
May 18, 2009

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The Microphones

Live In Japan: February 19, 21, & 22

The Microphones' experimental leanings have always been successful, in large part, due to the songwriting of Mics mastermind Phil Elvrum. That songwriting is pushed to the fore - and stripped almost entirely bare - on... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Mar 13, 2004

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Old Time Relijun

Catharsis In Crisis

Free-association time:  what comes to mind when you listen to the latest Old Time Relijun album?  Oh, sure, if you're a fan you know it's one-time solo artist-cum-OTR founded Arrington De Dyoniso, based...
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By James Hayashi-Tennant
Nov 1, 2007

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