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Oppenheimer Boosts the Quality

Whether you are someone who attends a concert once a year or once a week, it is easy to recognize the wide variety of benefits that such a music-oriented event can offer. The primary reason for attending, of course, is nearly a...
 
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A Picnic at the Cineplexx

It is amazing what a simple change of scenery can do for some people. Many prefer the city, others find comfort in the suburbs, and some just require the comforting sight of stars above their restful heads. Regardless though, w...

 
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Sailing the Pacific!

One Jens Lekman lyric that remains so humorously memorable to me was a line on “The Cold Swedish Winter” which remarked that many people have assumed his native Sweden to consist of nothing but “porn and gonorrhea”. Regardless ...
 
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REVIEW: Jim Noir – Jim Noir

As music technology continues to increase in sophistication and variety, the world of neo-psychedelia continues to be in a constant state of reconfiguration. New styles of music are constantly entering the genre, whether it be ...

 
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Best Albums of 2007: #10 to #01

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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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REVIEW: The Tough Alliance – A New Chance

Though currently only available as an import, this Swedish dance album is worth every penny of the hefty import price.
 
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The Conquistadors: “Hauska Tavata”

Anonymity is a concept that many artists revel in. While it applies primarily in the form of authors like Thomas Pynchon or J.D. Salinger, musicians can also be examples of this sociological preference. Jandek is arguably the m...

 
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Matthew Dear Releases “Deserter”, Prepares Asa Breed

Since the time when his first single, “Hands Up For Detroit”, was released eight years ago, Matthew Dear has established himself as one of the most diversifying electronic artists of this current decade. Though he h...
 
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Roman Ruins (formerly known as Delux)

In regard to musicians, mixing together several genres often provides for a very interesting and expressive canvas. Graham Hill presents an interesting style, wrapped in oddball folk arrangements, electronic beats, and ambient ...