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mr. Gnome – Madness in Miniature (2011)

After delivering several albums with flashes of brilliance but a lack of consistency, mr. Gnome have taken their biggest stride with Madness in Miniature, their third full-length album. Their previous two carried a common plagu...
 
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Jonathan Visger’s Absofacto

Hailing from the small university town of Ann Arbor, Jonathan Visger’s solo project Absofacto produces a delightful sound that reconstitutes the ghosts of indie rock’s past into something vaguely infectious. If one ...

 
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Sufjan Stevens – The Age of Adz (2010)

Abandoning his overly-tenacious "50 States Project", and going through some rather public digression away from the idea of an “album” or “song”, Sufjan Stevens has put together the monstrous, the epic, the grandiose The Age of ...
 
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Arcade Fire – The Suburbs (2010)

If Funeral was the personal homage to life, love, and loss, as Neon Bible was a straight shot at the gut of political immoral corruption, then Arcade Fire’s The Suburbs is merely a simple acknowledgment of the two concepts. Not...

 
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Tokyo Police Club Remain Champs

Max Fishkin provides a second look at Tokyo Police Club's new album, Champ, to follow up our earlier interview of their keyboardist, Graham Wright. The album lives up to the high expectations Wright set forth in the interview (...
 
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Courier News’ Fixtures

Courier News is a collaboration between two Award-winning Canadian artists. Their successful backgrounds have converged for a debut EP, Fixtures, that shows their chops in the realm of down-tempo electronica. Fixtures recalls d...