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Music, All Shook Down Times New Viking Struggles to Follow King Tuff at the Rickshaw Stop

Times New Viking Struggles to Follow King Tuff at the Rickshaw Stop

Times New Viking King Tuff Spencey Dude and the Doodles @ the Rickshaw Stop June 14, 2011 Better than: A doubleheader of Williamson-era Stooges, and then a 14-inning ball game. It seemed that most of the crowd at the…
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Music, All Shook Down Guided By Voices' Robert Pollard Gets Straight Up Avuncular on the Warfield's Ass

Guided By Voices' Robert Pollard Gets Straight Up Avuncular on the Warfield's Ass

Guided by VoicesTimes New VikingOctober 5, 2010@ the WarfieldBetter than: 1,039 smoothed out slappy hours  For the record, Robert Pollard still has hops. The Guided by Voices frontman and creative "Hot Freak" in fact has most of the moves that made him the…
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Music, Reviewed Hank IV

Hank IV

After debuting two years back with Third Person Shooter, rugged locals Hank IV have landed on the resurrected Philly label Siltbreeze, whose well-documented appetite for noise-rock — from the Dead C and Harry Pussy to next-generation singings Times New Viking…
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Music, Times New Viking continues Ohio's history of sonic unrest

Times New Viking continues Ohio's history of sonic unrest

Call it cabin fever — or basement fatigue — but in the Midwest, musical eccentrics are prone to surliness. A recent example is Columbus band Times New Viking, which last year turned a gruesome episode in rock history into a…
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Music, Reviewed Times New Viking

Times New Viking

After releasing two records on quaint indie-noise label Siltbreeze, Times New Viking jumped to the supersized indie Matador, and its latest release is equally ambitious. Rip It Off is an extension of the young Ohio trio's trademark distortion-laden pop; the…
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Music, Hear This Bishop Allen provokes appreciation from indie film and indie music fans alike

Bishop Allen provokes appreciation from indie film and indie music fans alike

Bishop Allen comprises two Brooklyn musicians who just so happen to be actors. Lead singer Justin Rice and guitarist Christian Rudder starred in acclaimed director Andrew Bujalski's films Funny Ha Ha and Mutual Appreciation. But acting is just their hobby.…
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Music, Reviewed Times New Viking

Times New Viking

Siltbreeze label head Tom Lax is fucking brilliant. The man who brought you everyone from Dead C and Strapping Fieldhands to an early Guided by Voices 7-inch recently revived his hibernating, pile-of-noise record company in order to drop Times New…
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