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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 Three Gut artists

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Cuff The Duke

Life Stories For Minimum Wage

Three Gut records has begun to make a name for themelves by releasing honest genuine music from talented acts mainly coming out of Ontario. Cuff the Duke's newest release is just that; genuine, mature and... read more...
By Matt Bourassa
May 28, 2003

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Gentleman Reg

Darby And Joan

Gentleman Reg (aka Reg Vermue, occasional member of the Hidden Cameras/Broken Social Scene) has released his most upbeat disc to date, but his fans need not despair that he's lost his delicate approach. There's enough... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Jan 10, 2005

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Oneida

Secret Wars

Secret Wars finds Oneida expanding their already expansive sound without sacrificing any of their significant might. That might does not come thru as metallic heaviness; guitars alone are not the driving force. Oneida somehow invest... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Mar 13, 2004

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Royal City

Little Heart's Ease

Most bands with sparse arrangements and twangy guitars could be filed under alt.country. Yet ask your average person to classify Royal City, and, improbably, they aren't so quick to produce a label. Nothing about Royal... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Aug 29, 2004

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Sea Snakes

Clear As Day, The Darkest Tools

Sea Snakes maintain a quiet, almost fragile atmosphere throughout their Three Gut debut, Clear As Day, The Darkest Tools. At this point, though, atmosphere eclipses songwriting; Clear As Day is not a record that succeeds... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Nov 13, 2004

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Sea Snakes

Clear As Day, The Darkest Tools

Sea Snakes maintain a quiet, almost fragile atmosphere throughout their Three Gut debut, Clear As Day, The Darkest Tools. At this point, though, atmosphere eclipses songwriting; Clear As Day is not a record that succeeds... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Jan 17, 2005

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