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"Recorded largely on a screened-in porch in rural Maryland, Campfire Songs represents a significant change in sound and technique for the Animal Collective. Acoustic guitars have replaced the electronic effects of previous releases like Danse Manatee and Spirit They're ...
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cpr716 | CATSUP PLATE

"Palm Fronds (David Greenhill and Jeff McLeod) is a compelling listen on a number of levels. The songs themselves could be described as singer-songwriter in scope; I hear echoes of mid-to-late period Smog and even "Horse With No Name"-era America (especially on ...
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cpr719 | CATSUP PLATE

If you start in the middle, then that would bring you to Horsey (America made them call themselves "Good"). The Good Horsey record (and handful of singles) had Tom Rapp tied up with the ex-Liontamers going no-wave on his ass (how's that for point-of-no-reference ...
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cpr706 | CATSUP PLATE

"Though Lettuce Prey has been writing and recording songs since the early 90's, Atlatl is his first not-dubbed-for-a-few-friends full-length release. This is due to a number of things, but his involvement in what would seem to be hundreds of bands in the Philadelphia ...
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cpr707 | CATSUP PLATE

"French Paddleboat's Rome Loves Tan, though just now getting a vinyl release, was originally released in 1996 as a small-edition cassette on the esteemed Union Pole label. Scott August, the mind behind French Paddleboat, was never quite happy with some of the ...
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cpr713 | CATSUP PLATE