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God Save The Clientele!

The Clientele are achieving an odd form of success for a British band. In most cases, bands from different countries find initial success in their native country prior to any other location overseas. However, in this case, the ...
 
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The Maccabees Colour It In

The Maccabees are the latest in a string of British “art-rock” bands who are making it big on youthful energy, bodacious riffs, and simplistically engaging melodies. While similar British contemporaries such as The ...

 
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Luxembourg Clearly Deserves More Recognition…

An old favorite of mine, I always believed that it would only be a matter of time before Luxembourg would be pushed into the spotlight. I discovered Luxembourg out of pure coincidence about three years ago, randomly browsing My...
 
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Sarah Nixey : Sing, Memory

Being a longtime fan of The Auteurs, it is expected for me to also be an admirer of Black Box Recorder. As Luke Haines’ side project, Black Box Recorder consisted of Haines (Auteurs frontman), former Jesus and Mary Chain ...

 
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The Isles

I wonder how far a review of The Isles can go without mentioning The Smiths… not very far at all, it seems. The comparison makes its point though, as vocalist Andrew Geller has obvious similarities to the breezy and melan...
 
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DISCOGRAPHY: Blur

I first discovered Blur in 1998 at the age of ten. At the time, the only bands that I had really become a fan of were Radiohead, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, and Pink Floyd. The first time I heard Blur was ...

 
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SHORT BITS – #12

Radiohead’s Thom Yorke claim their new album is “even more terrifying” than their classic OK Computer. Songs being considered are such as ‘Arpeggi’, ‘House Of Cards’, ’15 StepR...
 
 
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MUSIC DOWNLOADS – #14 – DAVID WRENCH

Yeah, so David Wrench is a 6’5” albino of Viking descent. His life appears to be as interesting as his superficial appearance as well. His web site details true little fun facts about his life up to this point. They...

 
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REVIEW: PAUL WELLER – AS IS NOW

It’s better late than never to review the new solo album from the former frontman of The Jam.