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The Color Palette Says Black Before Red

As successfully as minimalism (or “theater composition”) worked for the likes of Philip Glass and Steve Reich, some artists simply prefer an openly expendable approach. Thick arrangements that one would call “...
 
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REVIEW: The Silent League – Of Stars and Other Somebodies

Justin Russo follows up a pleasing debut with a more expansively fulfilling continuation of his enjoyable style: infectiously majestic orchestral chamber-pop with hints of country and 60s pop.

 
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Paul Gonzenbach’s Baby Panda Grows Up

Solo projects usually tend to be a capricious affair, either structurally reflective of the main songwriter’s prior project or entirely incomparable in delivery and style. While the artists who flourish with a continuatio...
 
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Paper Puts Me to Sleep… in a Good Way

Maybe I should find myself a wife. Perhaps she would be able to spark my musical talent and transform my lyrical ability into an emotionally focused skill where I would be able to make grown men cry with ease. Or maybe that is ...

 
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Montreal’s Delicious Code Pie

Code Pie are a self-professed band of geeks. Apart from the fact that several of the band’s members hold careers in the technology field, the lively six-piece was initially formed through an internet ad. Yet, nowadays suc...
 
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Tangerine Dream Spends the Summer in Nagasaki

There are some artists who, despite a plethora of quality releases, can never quite manage to appeal to a mainstream audience. In the case of the historically influential electronic music group, Tangerine Dream, their sole reas...

 
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Why Twist the Hair? For Healthy Skin!

With a name that sounds like an erroneously translated Japanese t-shirt, Why Twist the Hair is the latest innovation out of Boston. Consisting of electric pianist Nick Pastel and drummer Peter Allen, the duo proudly calls thems...
 
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Picastro, Owen Pallett, Jamie Stewart, and their Whore Luck

Some bands just have to work harder than others to achieve success. It is a common fact that is based on luck, drive, and, most importantly, how important individuality is to the members at hand. When Picastro released their de...

 
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Ulrich Schnauss Releases a Welcoming “Goodbye”

Contemporary electronic music has been widely known to stay in reach of a particular niche. As customary pop music has become more tediously generic throughout the years, electronic artists are beginning to find it strenuously ...
 
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Matthew Dear Releases “Deserter”, Prepares Asa Breed

Since the time when his first single, “Hands Up For Detroit”, was released eight years ago, Matthew Dear has established himself as one of the most diversifying electronic artists of this current decade. Though he h...