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Spike Priggen: “Musician, Blogger, Pop-Culture Archivist”

There seems to be this rash generalization that all music bloggers are either failed musicians or bitter artists. I’m not sure where that thinking originated, though I would guess that it is from those who do not realize ...
 
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Sweet Records’ Impressive Split: Minotaurs & BlackFlower

I usually find split singles to be a fun listen. After all, the chance that you’ll like at least one of the songs is favorable. For those unaware, a split single is usually a release from a record label that features two ...

 
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The Shot Heard ‘Round the World!

When history buffs and literary admirers hear the phrase “the shot heard ’round the world”, most immediately identify with transcendentalist Ralph Waldo Emerson’s poem, Concord Hymn. In Emerson’s p...
 
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The Parish

Over the past few years, it has been exemplified that marriage and music go quite well together. Just like the varied process of marriages, we’ve seen some come out successful and others come out flawed. From the fun catc...

 
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Blackfield

Imagine inviting one of your favorite musicians to play in your country only to end up collaborating with them in what eventually becomes an ongoing project. Though already an Israeli pop/rock star, Aviv Geffen experienced just...
 
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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 Sea and Cake

With most bands, there tends to be one member who leads the way. You know, the leader who is responsible for most of the songwriting and instrumental organization. Though Sam Prekop is the vocalist of The Sea and Cake, he is by...
 
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The Morning Stars

Following the recent trend of familial successes in the music industry, The Morning Stars are comprised of guitarist Mars Ivic, bassist Michael Ivic, and drummer Donn Dixon. On their pessimistically titled debut album You Can&#...

 
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Brett Anderson Embarks On His Solo Career

You can call me biased if you please, but I have a tendency of getting a bit excited whenever writing about anything related to Suede. Regardless, they are one of my favorite bands of all-time. When I was in middle school, I he...
 
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Minmae: An Album a Year Keeps the Fans From Tears

I’m not sure whether it’s the technology, the fast food, or just the lazy perspective in general. Whatever it is, there is no doubt that today’s musical artists produce less on a yearly basis than their forefa...