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Bill’s Indie Basement (1/12): the week in classic indie, college rock, and more

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This week in the Basement: Australia’s Totally Mild, The Green Child (members of Total Control and Grass Widow), Unlikely Friends (BOAT + Math & Physics Club), and more.

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Bill’s Indie Basement: Favorite LPs of 2017

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This week it’s the Indie Basement picks for best LPs of 2017, tilting heavily to classic indie, college rock, and more.

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Bill’s Indie Basement (12/22): the week in classic indie, college rock, and more

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This week there are box sets from The Jazz Butcher and Kitchens of Distinction, a five-disc compilation of classic UK goth, a collection of post-psych/pre-prog UK rock curated by Bob and Pete of Saint Etienne, and the reissue of the album for which the term “post-rock” was coined.

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Bill’s Indie Basement (12/15): the week in classic indie, college rock, and more

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This week: a premiere from Jorge Elbrecht, the man behind Lansing-Dreiden and Violens, the return of Total Control, long-awaited Brainiac vinyl reissues, new Melbourne band RVG, and a look back at Carl Newman’s pre-New Pornographer’s past.

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Bill’s Indie Basement (12/8): the week in classic indie, college rock, and more

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This week: a lost album from Television Personalities, former The Loft frontman Pete Astor, the debut solo album from Jackson MacIntosh of Sheer Agony, and LP #3 from Scotland’s The Spook School.

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Bill’s Indie Basement (12/1): the week in classic indie, college rock, and more

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This week we’ve got a memoir from Robert Forester of The Go-Betweens, a whole bunch of Saint Etienne reissues, and buzzsaw pop from Los Angeles’ Flat Worms. Plus, two premieres: one a collaboration between two French-language acts, and a band whose name sounds like they might be French (but aren’t).

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