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Cats on Fire – Our Temperance Movement (2009)

Music is one of the few ways we can revisit the past through our senses. Listeners tend to eternally place themselves in a particular emotional or social location after hearing a song, and this consequently creates a memory or ...
 
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The Old & New: Piano Magic and Braids

Some of the most talent musicians in the world remain practically unknown despite an abundance of quality material. There is no concise explanation for it, even if the most common response is related to the lack of accessibilit...

 
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Johan Angergard: A Club, A King, and The Legend

Do they have April Fool’s Day in Sweden? I would hope so, as I am sympathetic for any country without such a glowing “holiday”, even if their music scene is one of the hottest in the world at the moment. Eithe...
 
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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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Popular names with a similar game: Arcade Fire, Modest Mouse, Albarn

This past week has been filled with news of fresh releases by prominent names. Though many would consider these songs to be “leaks” of some form, word is circulating that these artists almost intentionally released ...
 
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New Animal Collective songs; 69 Love Songs; Scott Walker film

Last year was a good one for Animal Collective. Their seventh album, Feels, was in the ‘top ten list’ at the end of the year in virtually every indie music publication, and rightfully so. The indie critic’s fa...

 
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Goldenboy produces some golden pop

It must be such an advantage to have the opportunity to work with musical figures who have had such an impact on music past and present. Goldenboy‘s Shon Sullivan has worked and toured with the likes of Elliott Smith, Joh...
 
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The roots of Electronic

Being a fan of both The Smiths and New Order, I would consider it only natural to be a fan of Electronic as well. Unrightfully, Johnny Marr was often overshadowed by Morrissey’s vibrant presence, while Bernard Sumner was ...

 
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Electronics on Thursdays

Happy Thursday. Summer is (sadly) almost over, but at least football season is nearing. So, here are some tracks of the electronic/synth element to cheer you up. They’re fun. ——————R...
 
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DISCOGRAPHY: The Smiths

It was only a matter of time before I thoroughly talked about The Smiths. I understand their wide audience and popularity and while I like to expose new music, it is rewarding to bring back nostalgia or introduce great older ba...