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New Buffalo (Sally Seltmann) is Somewhere, Anywhere

Sundays always seem to be the most appropriate day for lounging around. Even though it is officially the first day of a new week, many of us consider Sundays to mark the end of a hard and strenuous work week; one that is best r...
 
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Robbers On High Street

Many people might take a look at Robbers On High Street‘s promo shot and assume that their experience is somewhat limited. I mean, from the picture above, the three members look straight out of high school. Well, this is ...

 
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The Foster-Walker Complex

Like most young and thriving bands, The Foster-Walker Complex met near a college campus, specifically Chicago’s Northwestern University. With a lineup of Danny Leavitt and Marcus Ricci sharing guitar and vocal duties, Jon...
 
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The 1900s

I know that some of you have probably been wondering why I haven’t even mentioned SXSW in the past few days. How could a music blog do such a thing? Well, with unfortunate thanks to school, I was one of the few who couldn...

 
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The Attachments and Their Bizarre Love Triangles!

Woman sure know how to break, create, and occupy the minds of young men everywhere. The four members of The Attachments have all been through their share of messy relationships, but fortunately, all four are obsessed musicians....
 
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VietNam’s Infatuation With Time

When I first looked upon a group photo of VietNam in a magazine a few months ago, I expected it to be a feature on some obscure anti-war band in the 1960s, consisting of four friends that would be habitually defined as “h...

 
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KillGordon

The story of KillGordon is rather typical. An ambitious young kid records a few lo-fi songs in his bedroom, gets excited by the results, shows it off to his friends, and forms a band. The ambition in this case stems from Kyle G...
 
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The Zetland Players; Butcher Boy

I’m sure your mother has told you at least once to “respect your elders”. The Zetland Players are certainly respectful, with two of the three members taking cues from their grandfathers, who were both musician...

 
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The Dirty Novels prepare their second album, Pack Your Pistols

Judging solely from the photo above, I think it would be accurate to consider that The Dirty Novels may have a bit of an ego. But hey, when it comes to music, who says that’s a bad thing? Alternative sensations from Oasis...
 
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Lylas bring the Christmas spirit to life

It would be accurate to say that the Lylas cherish the holiday spirit. From Halloween to Christmas, it seems they treasure any day that takes away from the ordinary. The Nashville-based band is led by Kyle Hamlett, a distinct s...