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Obscure Sound: Best of April 2007

Here is the second compilation, gathering the best tracks featured on this site in April. The previous compilation in March went over well so I hope you enjoy this one just as much. As usual, you can either download the songs i...
 
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Welcome to Thailand

Classifying the ever-elusive musical duo, Thailand, may prove to be more difficult than the band intended. Sure, they are create some of the catchiest melodies of the year in very simplistic three-minute-song fashion, but their...

 
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Two Gallants Provide a Scenery of Farewell

It must be an absolute pleasure to be in a band with your best friend. Unlike musicians who work together for no other reason than to produce effective results based on similar instrumental skills, bands with originative friend...
 
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Two More Talented Swedes: The Mary Onettes; The Milestone Corporation

I know, I know. It may seem at this point that my recent intentions are so blatantly to exclusively feature Swedish artists. Including the two featured today, that is three in a row! Well, the truth is, unless I am writing a sp...

 
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Salem Al Fakir Delivers More Swedish Irresistibility

As we move into an era where musical ingenuity appears limited at best, children labeled as “musical prodigies” are finding themselves in the most excruciating of situations. They appear to be the bright lights for ...
 
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She’s Your Sister; Sean Wilde

There will always be those types of bands who write songs out of pure financial desperation. You know, the linear individuals who do not display much of a talent other than strumming the guitar, not that there is anything wrong...

 
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The Midway State: An Enjoyable Cliché?

Calling a band “the next big thing” has been overused as of late. As most of us know, “big” does not necessarily mean “good”, with the common exception as to when one is speaking in terms of ...
 
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Gerald Collier Shares Unreleased Covers, Demos, and B-Sides

I suppose that you could say that Gerald Collier is aware of what most men want. On the cover of his newest release, How Can There Be Another Day?, is a photo of a young woman who is in the complete nude, sensually lounged back...