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The Evolution of Apes & Androids

In an age where stylistic repetition and rampant commercialism appear to outweigh creativity and individualism in contemporary music, discovering an artist who tackles the beauty of innovation both in the studio and during live...
 
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Best Albums of 2007: #30 to #21

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Mike Ladd Turns on the Nostalgialator

In terms of self-coined genres, the result is often either overbearingly descriptive or shockingly accurate with no wavering point, especially when “Afro-” is the preceding article to a genre that is considered some...
 
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The Depreciation Guild Revives the Famicom for Free

Super Nintendo and shoegaze. Many of those who are legally considered adults at this point will find those two words to be synonymous with the late ’80s, even if both were too separable to ever cross paths. Somewhat surpr...

 
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18 & Under: Our Next Generation (pt. 1)

Though the authors of such publications are old and washed-up enough to be veterans of a retirement home, I continue to read how the youth of this generation are in a continuous downward spiral. As one of the millions that are ...
 
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Say Hi to a Beautiful Change

Yeah, no Radiohead feature today. While I love the band and the new album to death, there is no point in covering something when virtually every site is writing the same thing. Maybe a review will come in the coming month but, ...

 
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The Tiny Masters of Today and Tomorrow

For most 12 year olds, life typically consists of school, recess, and who can run the fastest in a game of tag. Ah, when the days were simple and pure. While this also proves to be the conventional age for kids to get intereste...
 
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Jealous Girlfriends From Brooklyn

Some cities are simply blessed with a ceaselessly active music scene. While most major cities have their share of prominently historical artists to tout about, there are few that can accurately describe their city as still bein...

 
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“Rich Girls” and Virgins

The Virgins have to be one of the most entertaining bands to search for on Google. The results offer up a large array of topics dealing with anything from Christianity to pornography. Hmm… it was quite interesting to see ...
 
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A History Lesson from The XYZ Affair

First of all, I will reluctantly admit that the above photo is not from the newest “Fruit of the Loom” commercial. As enjoyable as it must be to advertise t-shirts and underwear while eating fruit on television, the...