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The Morning Benders – Big Echo (2010)

The Morning Benders' highly anticipated album, Big Echo, finds the four-piece at a place of confidence and cohesiveness.
 
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Steve Dawson is Waiting for the Lights to Come Up

In regard to most successful musicians, a work ethic is practically immeasurable. Quality and quantity often interchange with critics and fans alike overemphasizing the latter and its “importance” toward an artist&#...

 
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Staying in Good Health

Before I get to an album that has recently caught my attention for the past few days, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Max Fishkin and I will be helping out Mike occasionally throughout the site by posting about a f...
 
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Girls Aloud Get Tangled Up

Ah, guilty pleasures. It is an aspect of life where the specifications are usually determined by the demographic in which it is presented to. For instance, take a look at chocolate. In Belgium, it is eaten morning, noon, and ni...

 
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Roman Ruins (formerly known as Delux)

In regard to musicians, mixing together several genres often provides for a very interesting and expressive canvas. Graham Hill presents an interesting style, wrapped in oddball folk arrangements, electronic beats, and ambient ...
 
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The Attachments and Their Bizarre Love Triangles!

Woman sure know how to break, create, and occupy the minds of young men everywhere. The four members of The Attachments have all been through their share of messy relationships, but fortunately, all four are obsessed musicians....

 
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Radiohead: The New Songs

I know that all of the oddly dedicated Radiohead fans have heard the new songs in one way or another, but I decided to collect the new songs I could find. The problem I had with the recordings before these was the quality, but ...