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    Come (Epitonic saki Session)
    By Justin Sinkovich
    Come was a pivotal 90’s Boston Matador Records band. Their dark angular bluesy reverb rock was an important part of this vital early indie rock era. Come toured in 2013 for the first time since the 90's to celebrate the re-issue of their classic LP 11:11 and joined Epitonic and saki for a live session and interview.More
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    Speedy Ortiz: Epitonic saki Session
    By Adam Hirzel
    The Epitonic saki Sessions are back with a seven-track session and interview with Northampton noise pop quartet Speedy Ortiz.  More
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    Angel Olsen: Epitonic saki Session
    By Justin Sinkovich
    Angel Olsen stops by saki for a Session.
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    Superchunk: Epitonic saki Session
    By Adam Hirzel
    Epitonic and saki hosted an intimate Superchunk acoustic set during the 2014 Tomorrow Never Knows Festival, featuring stripped down versions of selections from their new album I Hate Music and from their back catalog.More
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    Interview: Jeff Mueller of Rodan, June of 44, and Shipping News
    By Parker Langvardt
    Epitonic spoke with Jeff Mueller about the Rodan archive release Fifteen Quiet Years, his other bands, and his letterpress business, Dexterity Press.
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