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Solarise Crafts Outstanding Debut in “Still the Same Dream”

Within the past decade, Scotland has seen its share of native bands go on to achieve international success. Franz Ferdinand, Snow Patrol, and Travis are a just of a few of the names deriving from the nation in northwest Europe....
 
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Arthur & Yu Capture Tranquility On “In Camera”

Kurt Cobain once claimed in an interview that Jonathan Poneman, the founder of the ceaseless label Sub Pop, coined the term “grunge”. Considering the impact that the particular movement had on music in the late 80s ...

 
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Nathan White and Mark Lebetkin Are Nathan Oliver

The dentist. A source of pain, misery, and harsh realizations. Even though I have never had a cavity in my life, I still despise the place like most others do. Maybe it is those sharp instruments being inserted into my mouth or...
 
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Polytechnic Get Down Til Dawn

I imagine it must be somewhat frustrating for the talented lads in Polytechnic. Here they are, one of the only new British bands taking a respectable risk by not following the typical “art-rock” trend of Bloc Party ...

 
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Thrushes Tackle Shoegaze and Post-Rock on Their Debut

It amazes me how some bands can take a sweet and angelic voice and layer it over multiple rough aggressions of guitars, rapid percussion, and tireless bass lines; somehow presenting the effect of creating a musical atmosphere t...
 
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The Foster-Walker Complex

Like most young and thriving bands, The Foster-Walker Complex met near a college campus, specifically Chicago’s Northwestern University. With a lineup of Danny Leavitt and Marcus Ricci sharing guitar and vocal duties, Jon...

 
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Review: Voxtrot – Voxtrot

In terms of bands who know how to build up anticipation, Voxtrot has done a remarkable job. After three outstanding EPs, the five-piece from Austin, Texas are finally set to release their full length debut, the self-titled Voxt...
 
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The Features

The Features love to keep it short but sweet. The four-piece from Nashville, Tennessee has distinguished their precise formula since their formation in 1997, being the ability to construct fun and catchy pop songs that rarely e...

 
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KillGordon

The story of KillGordon is rather typical. An ambitious young kid records a few lo-fi songs in his bedroom, gets excited by the results, shows it off to his friends, and forms a band. The ambition in this case stems from Kyle G...
 
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Get lost in lalaland

Lalaland make it simple. The trio from Austin, Texas aren’t groundbreaking. They aren’t entirely innovative either. But hell, they write some of the catchiest songs I’ve come across in awhile. As simplistic as...