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Lexington Field – Poor Troubled Life


Lexington Field has a new EP coming out this March and I’ve been lucky enough to get my paws on it for an early look. The title of the EP Poor Troubled Life will be released on New Folk Records. The band comes out of San Diego California and they …

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Drink Hunters – With My Crew


Drink Hunters started out roughly three years ago in Catalonian, an autonomous community in Spain. While they have done several projects, it wasn’t until the end of 2011 when we saw the release of their debut album, With My Crew. The album is 13 songs of original material. Though four …

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The Real McKenzies – Westwinds


The Real McKenzies Westwinds was made available March 27 on Fat Wreck Chords. This was the band’s first full-length album in four years. I think it’s safe to say that this is also one of the most anticipated releases of 2012. Personally, I’m very excited to review this album. I’ve …

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Dropkick Murphys – Going Out in Style


Going Out In Style is the Dropkick Murphy’s seventh studio album. It was released in March of 2011, four years after The Meanest Of Times. Which to my knowledge, is the longest wait we’ve ever had between Murphy’s albums. It’s a themed album about a fictional character named Cornelius Larkin. …

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Sir Reg – A Sign of the Times


Back in 2010 Sir Reg released their first album (or re-released I should say) on APX Music. It was love at first listen for me, their original content was fantastic. Whenever I get asked who is my favorite guitarist, favorite fiddler, or who I think has the best vocals, I …

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Flogging Molly – Speed Of Darkness


Speed Of Darkness is the fifth studio release from Flogging Molly. It was difficult for me to write this review because it was a difficult album to listen to. I just wanted to wad up the sheet of paper, toss it over my shoulder in hopes that Flogging Molly would …

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The Mahones – The Black Irish Album


For months I have been checking for news on The Black Irish album by The Mahones, from their official Facebook and Twitter pages. My curiosity was starting to get to me as I kept reading about how much work had gone into the album. Finny McConnell being such a brilliant …

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