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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 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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David Vandervelde and The Moonstation House Band

It is impossible for most artists to avoid comparisons to their past influences. After all, complete innovation is not something to be taken lightly. So, if one compared David Vandervelde to Marc Bolan, Scott Walker, and John L...
 
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Best Albums of 2006: #50 to #41

It has reached that time of year again. As lovely as the holidays are, one cannot avoid the constant commercialization that now walks hand-in-hand with these winter months. The end of the year means gifts, drinks, vacation, fam...

 
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Dirty On Purpose

Though all four members of Dirty On Purpose grew up in four differing states on the East Coast, I guess you could call it fate when they all formed in Brooklyn in 2002. It would be the most traditional to compare them to Yo La ...
 
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Bitter:Sweet

Bitter:Sweet are a duo that was formed out of several coincidences. Ironically before the two met, they lived within a few minutes of each other in Los Angeles and often used the same recording studio at different times. The ca...

 
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SHORT BITS – 6/21/06

Radiohead debuted their new track, ‘All I Need’ in Chicago last night. While these are all far from final versions, I find this one to be beautiful and I am liking it almost as much as ‘Arpeggi’. For a v...
 
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SHORT BITS – #19

David Bowie made a surprise appearance at David Gilmour’s show on the 29th at the sold-out Royal Albert Hall in London. He played Pink Floyd classics ‘Arnold Layne’ and ‘Comfortably Numb’. It must ...

 
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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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MUSIC DOWNLOADS – #25 – LUXXURY

While several British bands have been embracing the new synth-rock outburst, American bands have been somewhat reluctant. San Francisco’s Luxxury appears to be one of the premier bands breaking out the modern sound to cas...