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This debut from LA duo Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards was bold and fearless. It wasn’t just the riotous rock n' roll clatter that was gutsy, though. It was also the messages within the music: an assault on misogyny and sexism in the music industry that sat alongside storming jams about peace, love and understanding.
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Rock bands are still chasing after the ghost of the White Stripes, but on its new album, “Sistrionix,” this California duo come closer than most, putting the lessons of Jack and Meg into action: Make the guitars sound like ancient spirits or broken household appliances. Make the drums feel like kicks and punches. Sing about…Continue