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Surfer Blood on the Astrocoast

Stereotypes involving the carefree indulgences of a Californian summer have been circulating since surf-rock originated in the ’60s. Its inception was largely brought on by the development and popularization of the spring...
 
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Best Albums of 2008: #30 to #21

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The Lady Vanishes; Sparks Carry On

When describing The Lady Vanishes, Andy DeLoach chooses a method that would make most travel magazines proud. Almost making his solo music project out to be a luxurious hotel located in some exotic country, few would guess that...
 
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Watching The Little Ones

Thanks in part to the stimulating effect that the collaboration of audible and visual content in art can occasionally grant a viewer, many music fans (more often critics) have grown accustomed to classifying albums that somehow...

 
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Obscure Sound: Best of April 2008

It is a rare when a month does this, but I cannot recall a moment in April where I did not have something new and enjoyable to listen to. Whether I found myself humming to southern-rock, Swedish pop, intricate shoegaze, or samp...
 
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The Explorers Club

When a new band crafts a handful of tracks that they consider to be of the utmost quality, they are often faced with one of the first major decisions that they will make as a band. They could either hold on to the allegedly suc...

 
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Twinkles, Wands, and Calculations from Polynya

Some bands just love talking about themselves. I occasionally receive one-sheets that contradict both their namesake and purpose in providing an accessible introduction to a particular artist, instead supplying a sprawling ten-...