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SHORT BITS – #19

David Bowie made a surprise appearance at David Gilmour’s show on the 29th at the sold-out Royal Albert Hall in London. He played Pink Floyd classics ‘Arnold Layne’ and ‘Comfortably Numb’. It must ...
 
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ALBUM PREVIEW: Thom Yorke – The Eraser

So, I know most people (including myself) were wondering what the sound of Thom Yorke‘s first solo album would be like. He stated several times that it would be more electronic oriented, and much different from Radiohead&...

 
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LIVE: Morrissey – 11/04/04 – Santiago de Chile

If you’ve seen Morrissey live, you should know that his vocals are always top notch and his visual performance and emotion are usually fantastic, in a typical Moz fashion. The songs that he played in Chile in 2004 at a fe...
 
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MONDAY PLAYLIST

I hope everyone is having a great Memorial Day weekend. Since I have off from school and work today, it will probably be one of the few relaxing Mondays of the year. Here is what is currently playing: ———̵...

 
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ALBUM PREVIEW: The Lovely Feathers – Hind Hind Legs

I was very excited after I listened to The Lovely Feathers‘ debut, Hind Hind Legs, for the first time. This was due to their accessible sound that they have found success in. Sure, 2006 has been a great year in music, but...
 
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ALBUM PREVIEW: Junior Boys – So This Is Goodbye

The Junior Boys are one of those bands with such a unique sound, it is quite hard to compare them to others. The duo of Jeremy Greenspan and Matt Didemus combine lush electronica with soothing vocals and fascinating lyrics. The...

 
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DASHING DEBUTS: The Scruffs – Wanna Meet the Scruffs?

No, The Scruffs weren’t from the UK. They weren’t from New York, Chicago, or California either. They actually hailed from good old Memphis, Tennessee, though their sound is almost entirely British sounding. Their po...
 
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MUSIC DOWNLOADS: The Paper Chase

Due to his vocal style, John Congleton of The Paper Chase could have probably reached a certain status of fame if he wanted to make generic high school emo music. But if your love is for music and not money, why would you do t...