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The Kissaway Trail

Anthemic rock music really has to soar to earn its name. To rouse an audience because they are already familiar with your work is one thing, but to come out anonymously and take a crowd by storm is the most blatant asset in thi...
 
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Thunder Power

Some acts still fail to sound cohesive after years and years of working together, but others can craft such a dedicated sound that it is heavily prevalent that only years and years of perfecting their craft together could resul...

 
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Four Pale Young Gentleman and a Cellist

As unfortunate as it sounds, contemporary artists with a strong emphasis on classical instruments continue to be a dying breed. It is difficult to argue against the fact that guitars and rhythmic supplementation are often the c...
 
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Polytechnic Get Down Til Dawn

I imagine it must be somewhat frustrating for the talented lads in Polytechnic. Here they are, one of the only new British bands taking a respectable risk by not following the typical “art-rock” trend of Bloc Party ...

 
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Best Albums of 2006: #30 to #21

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Tap Tap

Lately, if there’s one major stereotype for “indie music”, it’s usually either substituting claps for percussion or replacing incoherent mumblings where the vocals should be. Perhaps that is why Clap You...

 
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MUSIC DOWNLOADS: The Pipettes

Catchiness could be defined in a numerous amount of ways, depending on one’s particular musical taste. However, there are a few songs by several bands, that if someone said was at least not somewhat catchy, I’d star...
 
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SHORT BITS – #16

Though David Bowie is taking the year off, he will curate the High Line Festival in New York in May 2007. It is quite far away, but it will be Bowie’s first show in New York in four years ( source ). Another veteran music...

 
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SHORT BITS – #15

Radiohead mania is approaching yet again, as they have announced their US tour dates and played a show on May 1 at KOKO in London. Mixed in with some of their classics, were three songs that will tentatively appear on the album...