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Mads K. Baekkevold

Somebody once told me the world is gonna roll me I ain't the sharpest tool in the shed She was looking kind of dumb with her finger and her thumb In the shape of an "L" on her forehead
ALBUM REVIEW: John Carpenter - Lost Themes II

ALBUM REVIEW: John Carpenter - Lost Themes II

Genre: Electronic Release date: April 15th 2016 Label: Sacred Bones Even though he hasn’t released a new movie in six years, horror-... Read more »
Essentials: Pixies' Doolittle (1989)

Essentials: Pixies' Doolittle (1989)

Every Thursday, Bandwagon throws back to a seminal album of yesteryear for our younger readers to explore and for our older readers to reminisce. W... Read more »
ALBUM REVIEW: Seth Bogart - self-titled

ALBUM REVIEW: Seth Bogart - self-titled

Genre: Punk, pop Release date: February 19th 2016 Label: Burger Records Seth Bogart is the musical equivalent of legendary camp-cine... Read more »
ALBUM REVIEW: Wet - Don't You

ALBUM REVIEW: Wet - Don't You

Genre: R&B, pop Release date: January 29th 2016 Label: Columbia A young actor is lounging in the editing bay of the 20th Century... Read more »
ALBUM REVIEW: DIIV - Is The Is Are

ALBUM REVIEW: DIIV - Is The Is Are

Genre: Shoegaze, dream pop Release date: February 5th 2016 Label: Captured Tracks It is becoming increasingly hard to nail down exac... Read more »