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Goran Ivanovic treasures his Balkan roots

I noticed lately that much of the material I’ve been posting over the past week has been somewhat similar in relation to its genre. You know, the typical indie rock that we all know and love. While there is certainly noth...
 
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Foxes. Foxes? Foxes! Unsigned? Why?

To the average tourist, the historical city of Oxford, England echoes nothing but the words of tradition and education, thanks to the renowned University of Oxford, which is the oldest in the world. Mixing those words and young...

 
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The Czars

I’m always left with a bittersweet feeling when I discover great bands who have broken up in the past few years. Sure, it adds a great band to my collection but I know I’ll never have the thrill of anticipating a ne...
 
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Field Music kicks off 2007 with a roar

Along with yesterday’s The Semanaires, here we are again with another trio that partly consists of two brothers. They call themselves Field Music, and you may recognize their name due to their exceptional self-titled debu...

 
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The Selmanaires

Does anyone know what a selmanaire is? I don’t, and the dictionary has no information about the word in the English language either. Hey, but if The Selmanaires get lucky maybe the word will start to exist in regular conv...
 
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Sire… from Montreal?

Sire would have blended in perfectly with the Brit-pop invasion of the mid 90s. Even though the band is from Montreal, their British influences are overwhelmingly prominent. While Sire does not preach the same upbeat and melodi...

 
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Treeball offers their latest album for free

There tends to be a certain unjustified disposition towards bands who release entire albums for free on the internet. Some point to a lack of quality, effort, and creativity before even listening to one song. What about bands w...
 
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The Strays love their politics

Frontman Toby Marriott is the only member of The Strays who hails from England, though one listen to their music would give the impression that their punk roots originate entirely from the UK. They’re quite universal thou...

 
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Upcoming releases: Frog Eyes, Smashing Pumpkins, Maps

Here is a brand new track from Frog Eyes. You know, one third of the apparent holy trinity that is Swan Lake. I may sound a bit unjust in saying this, but my favorite songwriter out of the three is Frog Eyes’ Carey Mercer...
 
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The pride of The Shames

The Shames consider themselves to be following the “grand New York tradition” of bands such as The Velvet Underground, The Ramones, and more recently The Strokes. Other than all those groups having a good amount of ...