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Endless Now

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Tame The Sun
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Carrying
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Seems to Notice Now
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Bones
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Before It's Gone
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What's That Scene
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Mysteries Complete
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Can't Dream
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The Saddle
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Channeling Your Fears
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Dig You Out
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Reprise
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 36:57

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Christina Lee is a freelance writer based in Atlanta, where she's still trying to find a venue she likes more than D.C.'s 9:30 Club. She once drank Ted Leo's be...more »

08.29.11
Male Bonding, Endless Now
2011 | Label: Sub Pop Records

Even with a proper studio and bona fide producer, Male Bonding still recorded Sub Pop debut Nothing Hurts the only way they knew how: by cranking the volume and playing relentlessly, tossing unwitting listeners into a sonic whirlwind. Sophomore effort Endless Now isn’t much longer than Nothing Hurts‘ lean 30 minutes and, with John Arthur Webb’s guitar roaring over rumbling, tumbling rhythms, it feels just as carefree.

But as evident from the get-go — and… read more »

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Dreamy and Hamrless

Smalltownghosts

appropriate for fall and the beginning of college. You can totally hear some of these tracks constantly pumping through speakers of the cooler, pitchfork reading kid on your dorm room floor (read: the hipster). for a more in depth review, visit www.yarnly.com

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MadDogM13

And sad to say, Evan Dando, these English kids sound like the Leomonheads of the 20teens. I'm such a sucker for this sugarcandy sound.

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The shortest song on Male Bonding's full-length debut, Nothing Hurts, is a frantic 89 seconds long; the longest is still comfortably under the three-minute barrier. Formed by three former record-store co-workers, they're way too caffeinated and enthusiastic to bother with anything that doesn't get straight to the point, and their songs sprint noisily from hook to hook to finish line. As you might expect, they're hardcore music geeks — they run a label in their… more »