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Ex Reverie Enters The Door into Summer

On some independent record labels, you can simply expect innovation from every artist in the catalog. Most major labels have the tendency to capitalize on profitable circumstances caused by music that may be accessible and radi...
 
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Dr. Dog – Fate (2008)

In essence, Dr. Dog have been making a living from the past. Plenty of contemporary bands utilize a style derived from the form of pop music that embraced the airwaves over 30 years ago, but Dr. Dog’s individuality arises in mo...

 
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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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Murder by Death’s Literary Connections

Robert Moore’s 1976 film, “Murder by Death”, was a memorable spoof on “whodunit” mystery fares. Featuring an all-star cast (Truman Capote, Alec Guinness, Peter Falk) that accompanied a subtly comed...

 
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Amelia Crafts A Long, Lovely List of Repairs

Regardless of the industry they work in, getting fired is something that most people have dreaded at one point in their life. Not only could it serve as a predestined financial blow, but the embarrassment caused is occasionally...
 
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Howlin Rain Meets a Magnificent Fiend

In appliance to both musical and personal relationships, break-ups are generally regarded as an unavoidable aspect of life. Regardless of talent, mutual beliefs, or even natural chemistry, it is rare to find an individual who h...

 
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Nick Jaina Feels the Delicate Wool

In the often fascinating field of archeology, success requires the ability to embrace the past in order to advance the future. All forms of advanced technology have a preceding influence, whether it be in an intricately designe...
 
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Run Dan Run

Imagine how barren the indie music scene would be if the process of attending college was nonexistent. It is impossible to count how many influential bands met in some dorm room, a class, or at an on-campus club while attending...

 
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Immovable Objects

I wonder how Matt Gagin would react to being called an accidental child prodigy. Prodigy, with delight – but accidental? Well, his story is a unique one for sure. If I were a classic Greek playwright, I would call his tal...
 
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I’m Not There

I am not going to take up much of your time with this, but I am sure many of you are aware of “I’m Not There”, the movie that serves as an “experimental” biopic of Bob Dylan and his storied career....