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Afternoon Naps – Parade (2009)

Afternoon naps are a pretty amiable thing to name your band after, even if it is hardly the most exciting. These few hours are simple but highly productive, at least in the sense that recuperation amidst a weekday’s chaos...
 
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Best Albums of 2007: #40 to #31

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Obscure Sound: Best of August 2007

August was certainly one of the most consistent months I’ve covered lately. Numerous bands featured with quality music… enjoy. 01. The Afternoons – Let’s Fall Apart (post) 02. The Virgins – Rich Girls ...
 
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Lovely Afternoons in Cardiff

Sometimes the oddest of mixtures can bring a band together. For The Afternoons, it was a mutual love for the prolific David Bowie and the spicy Indian dish, curry. Hey, whatever works. Since their formation in 1999, lead vocali...

 
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The 1900s

I know that some of you have probably been wondering why I haven’t even mentioned SXSW in the past few days. How could a music blog do such a thing? Well, with unfortunate thanks to school, I was one of the few who couldn...
 
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The Voyces

Sometimes we all need a break from the riff slashing and rhythmic thumping attack of rock music. Even if it’s just a few minutes a week, the widespread definition of “relaxing music” can be enjoyable for even ...

 
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The Dirty Novels prepare their second album, Pack Your Pistols

Judging solely from the photo above, I think it would be accurate to consider that The Dirty Novels may have a bit of an ego. But hey, when it comes to music, who says that’s a bad thing? Alternative sensations from Oasis...
 
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Melvern Taylor and his ukulele

On a rainy Saturday afternoon when Melvern Taylor was in seventh grade, he made his musical aspirations clear to his entire family. With his brother’s acoustic guitar (which he wasn’t allowed to touch) and an Eagles...

 
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The Fall… on a Saturday afternoon!

Of course you’ve heard of The Fall. They are from Manchester have been around since 1976 and still continue to make prolific music, not really changing their sound dramatically. Well, I don’t know how they COULD cha...
 
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ALBUM PREVIEW: Rocketship – Here Comes… Rocketship

How often does a band wait ten years to release their sophomore album? Based in Oregon, Rocketship has had an underground following ever since their 1996 debut, A Certain Smile, A Certain Sadness. Originally an actual band with...