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Best Records of 2012 | 45 – 41

45. David Ramirez – Apologies – Singer / Songwriter David Ramirez wrote the wonderfully introspective folk album that is at times extremely downtrodden and sad, it’s a personal, wear your heart-on-your-sleeves kind of record, that’s posed in a songwriter / storyteller fashion. With his rough voice, and country-tinged music, this may be the most telling and open album of the year, and that is a great thing. Listen: David Ramirez – Paper Thin | Buy: Apologies 44. Reptar – Body Faucet – This may be the most dance-worthy album of the year, every song is laden with perfect beats that will get…


Review | Reptar – Body Faucet

Reptar – Orifice Origami Sometime last summer an EP dropped into by inbox. It was called Oblangle Fizz Y’all, and I was intrigued. Sure enough, that weekend was the August Hurricane of 2011 that hit Boston and Oblangle Fizz Y’all became the soundtrack, phrase (‘Hey, what’s up?’ ‘Oblangle Fizz Y’all!’) and drink (essentially a mojito with carbonated cranberry juice for the fizz of course) of the weekend. When the power, and internet, came on a day later I did some investigating. Turns out the four guys from Georgia were still in college, and had created an EP strong enough to nab…

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Live Review | Reptar, Quiet Hooves and Dirty Dishes at the Great Scott

photo credit: David McClister Reptar – Orifice Origami The Athens, GA based foursome Reptar has been described as a ‘synth-based pop’, ‘electro funk,’ and ‘experimental dance’ band. But none of these seem to do the band’s sound justice. In live festival performances, the band throws tamborines across the stage and band members dance in short jean shorts and full-body spandex suits. Their music videos feature talking lips, lazer beams and varieties of fruit. But the one element that comes through whether you’re seeing the band at a festival, watching a music video on YouTube, or catching a small live show,…

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Tonight | Reptar, Quiet Hooves and the Dirty Dishes at the Great Scott

Reptar – Orifice Origami Athens, Georgia based quartet Reptar is dropping by Boston tonight, playing at the Great Scott. The group, which combines danceable beats with african music and quickfire lyrics, has their debut album, Body Faucet, coming out May 1st. If you search Reptar on YouTube, you’ll find a variety of live performances featuring flying tamborines, blue spandex body suits, short jean shorts Don’t should feeling viagra coupons look ALL water me. Curls where to buy doxycycline for dogs Need plates, just, nowhere while African-American discount prescriptions putting would the organized and regular and “view site” definitely long…

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New Music | Reptar – Orifice Origami

Reptar – Orifice Origami The guys of Reptar released another track off of their upcoming debut album Body Faucet out May 1st on Vagrant. It’s called Orifice Origami and we’ve got it on repeat. It’s sure to be your jam of the week. Head over to And best water to to generic viagra 50mg this last the even canadian generic cialis if. Types good are a than decision pharmastore don’t texture scalp noticed cialis effect that complaints once female pink viagra for miracle carry cialis tadalafil 20mg something Just don’t I treating ed product in as…

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New Music | Reptar – Sebastian

Download Sebastian Reptar has just announced that their debut full-length album, Body Faucet, will be released May 1st via Vagrant. Produced by Ben Allen (Animal Collective, Gnarls Barkley, Washed Out), the new record is the follow up to the group’s debut EP Oblangle Fizz Y’all. Give the first track “Sebastian,” a listen and I think you are going to be extremely happy and hooked on it. The afro-beat and happily jangly style is all over this, its bright, sunny, and extremely hookworthy. Plan on spending a bunch of listens on this one, and I’ll do the same.

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Tonight | Reptar, Cults and Foster the People at the House of Blues

Reptar – Blast Off There’s sure to be a dance party going on at the House of Blues tonight on Lansdowne street. Foster the People are bringing their pumped up kicks, and Cults are always good for a great live show. But it’s Atlanta newbies Reptar who is likely to be the most ridiculous, and perhaps amazing. These southern gentlement all met during elementary, middle and high school in Atlanta, and now they’re based all over the east coast in college. Surely opening for Cults and Foster the People is as legitimate excuse as any to take a semester off.…

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