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Perhaps you still haven't heard the new self-titled album by LA's Crowhurst. You know, the one we premiered back in April. If not, I'm going to recommend that you do so because, while that record was adventurous and somewhat challenging, this remaster of No Life to Live, one of the thirteen (!) albums the group released in 2012, is a mountain. Clocking in at two hours, the unsettling dronescape is, like most of the band's back catalog, the sole work of Jay Gambit, who turned to Today is the Day's Steve Austin for this second release. No Life to Live originally came only on 25 cassette tapes, so this will be the first chance many have to purchase a physical copy of the record. Jam the title track below.

—Joseph Schafer

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