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Tabs Out | Diamondstein – American Electric: Remixes from Reflecting on a Dying Man

Diamondstein – American Electric: Remixes from Reflecting on a Dying Man 3.9.20 by Ryan Masteller Am I allowed to reference a post on a website that’s dead at the moment? Like, even link to it? There’s not some sort of digital necrophilia involved or anything, I hope. I could probably go to jail for that. […]

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Tabs Out | Women of the Pore – Folk Music

Women of the Pore – Folk Music 3.3.20 by Ryan Masteller What the heck IS “bunker jazz,” anyway? I honestly don’t know. The internet wants me to listen to something called the Bunker Jazz Band, but that isn’t it – I want to listen to Women of the Pore, the New Brunswick troublemakers responsible for […]

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Tabs Out | Euglossine – Psaronius

Euglossine – Psaronius 3.2.20 by Ryan Masteller Fusion does not progress any further without Tristan Whitehill. I mean that universally: as a genre, as an act, and in general – literally, Tristan is at the bleeding edge of his discipline. As Euglossine, he continually pushes the boundaries of concept, synthesis, and composition, settling somewhere between […]

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New Batch – Unifactor

New Batch – Unifactor 2.28.20 by Ryan Masteller Hilariously, or maybe not so hilariously, depending on your threshold for humor, I found out the hard way that Unifactor label maestro Jayson Gerycz was the drummer for a Popular Band. The incident occurred when said Popular Band hit a joint close to my hometown, and Jayson […]

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Tabs Out | New Batch – Distant Bloom

New Batch – Distant Bloom 2.27.20 by Ryan Masteller St. Louis lives up to its nickname “Land of a Thousand Arches” by constantly allowing glimpses through those arches and into the greater future beyond. That’s what we love so much about the capital city of Arkansas, the hub of the Midwest, and the “Halfway Point […]

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