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Morningbell Are Sincerely, Severely Unique

Light shows are not exactly synonymous with indie bands. Superfluous visual appeal and leisurely expenses are not the most attractive concepts to artists on a budget, even if it supplements their music well. I am not sure exact...
 
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A Holiday Shores Getaway

Nathan Pemberton refuses to abide by the DIY stereotype. He records in his Florida garage with an economical home studio, which supplies just enough firepower for him to make his innovations come alive. But despite the allure o...

 
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This Is Ivy League

It felt like only yesterday when it seemed that all of America had an odd infatuation with snakes squirming around on an airborne plane. I remember not being able to walk down the hall of my school without overhearing some conv...
 
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The Sugar Oaks Go Picking for Red Grapes in the City

Appropriately in sync with the luminous setting of their originative Orlando, Florida, The Sugar Oaks produce a form of indie-pop that is reflective of amiably warm summer days, with their breezy melodies and lush instrumentati...

 
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Best Albums of 2007: #50 to #41

Oh, here we are again. I hope you were looking forward to this as much as I was. 2007 was a great year in music and, just like last year, I have rediscovered a bunch of great artists from the earlier months of ’07 in the ...
 
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The Cripple Lilies Fight La Bête

In an age where hip-shaking, provocative attire, and other sensuously superficial aspects unfortunately hold more merit in the music industry than actual talent or musicianship, several instruments are beginning to lose recogni...

 
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Welcome to Thailand

Classifying the ever-elusive musical duo, Thailand, may prove to be more difficult than the band intended. Sure, they are create some of the catchiest melodies of the year in very simplistic three-minute-song fashion, but their...
 
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Julius Airwave

There are certain demographics that believe robots will take over within the next few centuries. As absurd as those scientologists and other controversial groups see fit, Julius Airwave is intent on mocking them. On the stage o...

 
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The OaKs… to the other side of the world and back

Every album has a story. The story behind The OaKs‘ debut album, Our Fathers And The Things They Left Behind, is one of the most interesting I’ve come across. Singer and guitarist Ryan Costello was a college student...
 
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The Postmarks

How lovely this sounds. Most of you are familiar with Swedish indie pop darlings The Concretes and The Cardigans, along with their use of sweeping orchestral arrangements and adorably light female vocals. It’s interesting...