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The Sugar Oaks Go Picking for Red Grapes in the City

Appropriately in sync with the luminous setting of their originative Orlando, Florida, The Sugar Oaks produce a form of indie-pop that is reflective of amiably warm summer days, with their breezy melodies and lush instrumentati...
 
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The Old Growth of a Dead Meadow

I never thought that hobbits and the Lovecraftian milieu would find a home in indie-rock. Led Zeppelin did a fine job of revealing their admirations of such classic literature (“The Battle of Evermore”, most evident...

 
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Hammer No More The Fingers

It makes sense that many musically inclined college graduates of the past few years are finding solace in the apparent revitalization of ’90s indie-rock. It was their own introductory period of exposure to artistic influe...
 
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Decoding The Hidden Messages

I am sure that at one point in your lives, many of you have experienced a feeling similar to the one felt by Matt and Edd of The Hidden Messages. It is a feeling of isolation, barrenness, and deprivation. And no, it has nothing...

 
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Elle or Alyssa? Each Milano Does It Well

I often wonder whether the genre of “art-rock” will be looked back upon as the epitome of stylistic innovation in this current decade. While the past several decades have embraced us with varieties of synth-pop, gru...
 
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The Friend From Finland

Though I have been fortunate enough to gain exposure to a variety of geographically diverse music, I admit that Finland is one of the countries where my knowledge of the music scene is minimal at best. Not to sound insulting, b...

 
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Ready, Set, GoStation

If the vast range of artists featured throughout this past decade served as any example, the critics who shunned the Brit-pop explosion of the ’90s as nothing more than a stylistic fad continue to be proven wrong with eac...
 
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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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Bonjour, Mr. Oizo

Over the past few years or so, most music fans have recognized one consistency that remains nearly indisputable: France is currently the core of quality electronic music. From veterans like Daft Punk and Air to the newly famed ...
 
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Attracted to The Opposite Sex

There are some bands who are reluctant to point out their influences, fearing that such remarks would take away from their suggested innovation. While many take pride in sounding comparably favorable to their idolized inspirati...