Album Reviews
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The Lost & Found | Alaska Y Dinarama

Alaska Y Dinarama Mi novio es un Zombi 7” 1989 By 1989, Mexican born singer Alaska—also known as Olvido Gara—had already conquered the music scene in Spain, and was a pop star. She…

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The Lost & Found | Lou Pride

  El Paso and Las Cruces in the 60s and early 70s produced some of its rarest and most sought after records. Artist locally caught on early that we were all alone geographically,…

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Fusion’s Favorite Albums of 2015

Another year of great music; lots of new artist and some of the old school came back providing us the listener, to audible pleasures. It was good to see Wilco, Bjork, Keith Richards…

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Damien Jurado | Visions Of Us On The Land

Providing the ideal entry point for neophytes and an intoxicating aural high for the faithful, Damien Jurado’s new opus extends the hot streak ignited by 2012’s “Maraqopa” and its 2014 follow-up “Brothers and…

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Cass McCombs | A Folk Set Apart

A Folk Set Apart: Rarities, B-Sides & Space Junk, Etc., an alternate retelling of the last decade in the life of extraordinary songwriter Cass McCombs, is out on Domino Records. Comprising songs from…

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Jerkagram | Outer Limbs

Pinning down just what Jerkagram does is no easy task. “I never know what to tell people when they ask,” explains drummer Brent Gaines, one half of the fraternal twin duo, along with…

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The Lost and Found | Darkthrone

The Lost and Found Darkthrone A Blaze in the Northern Sky LP – 1992 Text: Daniel Salas Black metal isn’t for everybody, but neither are the Beatles. Growing up I didn’t listen to metal…

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The Lost and Found | The Last Poets—This is Madness

The Lost and Found The Last Poets—This is Madness LP 1971 Txt: Daniel Salas Proto rap?  The second album by the Last Poets, This is Madness, is a straight forward attack on the…

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The Lost and Found | Morrissey Kill Uncle

The Lost and Found Morrissey Kill Uncle—1991 Seems like I recently scored an 80s stereo system at a thrift store in the northeast—finally I get to listen to my records again; my last…

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Mother of Pearl Vinyl: Records We’re Feeling Right Now #1

Working in a record store can be a real dream. Growing up, I always longed for a record store to work in or even just to buy records from—you know, the kind of…

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