KZSC Album Reviews: Ceremony – The L-Shaped Man

Ceremony, the very well celebrated punk band of Northern California (Rohnert Park to be specific) has put out their fifth studio album “The L-Shaped Man” on Matador Records. I must say, I was really impressed by this album especially in relation to how much of a departure “The L-Shaped Man” seems from their previous album “Zoo”.

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Record Review: Glass Boys

Listen with caution! One listen through of this album may leave you couch-locked as a result of your mind being fully blown. Fucked Up’s latest Matador release, Glass Boys, is nothing short of a juggernaut of an album. The band’s…

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Perfect Pussy – Album Review

Perfect Pussy's full-length first album, Say Yes to Love is a fantastic showcase of the unique, unclassifiable sound that the band has to offer. After the band's debut EP last year, several people got excited about the band's future. And…

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The Jazz Charts: End of April

As we barrel towards summer, don't let the heat get to your head, hepcats. Stay cool and enjoy what's swinging high this week in KZSC's Jazz Department. TOP TEN CHARTS: 1    ALFREDO RODRIGUEZ    The Invasion Parade    Mack Avenue 2    LISA…

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Ambrose Akinmusire Does it Again

 Ambrose Akinmusire (ah-kin-moo-sir-ee)  and his new album The Imagined Savior is Far Easier to Paint really cooks! His second release on Blue Note records since his debut in 2011, Ambrose truly takes you on a auditory exhibition for over an…

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YUPPIES – s/t

Boredom. It's all around us -- in our classrooms, at the park, in our bedrooms, choking up our thoughts and actions like static on the TV screen. Disaffected youth toss cigarette butts into the streets in front of the local…

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