Having short-changed them once, why not do it again? After all, the world is full of talented unknowns.
It's easy to praise Somethingfour's self-titled debut album as a meaty combination of past intellect and modern attitude--for a measly $5, no less. But since they've already been stiffed when their impressive concert debut got a mere paragraph in an AAJ article about free live shows worth downloading instead of the full review it deserved, there's no point in being fair now.
The San Francisco quartet says it fuses original composed music and improvised sounds while blending in ...read more
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