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REVIEW: Air Traffic – Fractured Life

Can this acclaimed four-piece from the UK live up to hefty expectations on their debut? Through powerful, piano-led melodies, the result is satisfying enough.
 
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REVIEW: B.C. Camplight – Blink of a Nihilist

My latest review takes a look at the talented B.C. Camplight’s second album, Blink of a Nihilist. The Philadelphia native conquers his own personal demons as he wages through an enjoyable effort that blends irresistible h...

 
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Review: World’s End Girlfriend – Hurtbreak Wonderland

I recently took up a writing position at the fantastic online webzine, PopMatters. Being one of the most professional and in-depth media sites online, I encourage you to take a look at it. Apart from their faultless music cover...
 
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LIVE REVIEW: Bloc Party/Noisettes/The Maccabees – 6/7/07 – Asbury Park, NJ (Stone Pony)

Artists: Bloc Party, Noisettes, The Maccabees Date: Thursday, June 7th, 2007 Venue: The Stone Pony (Asbury Park, NJ) by Mike Mineo The Stone Pony is forever known as perhaps the greatest rock venue in New Jersey. Living in the ...

 
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REVIEW: Dogs – Tall Stories from Under the Table

Dogs – Tall Stories from Under the Table by Mike Mineo If I were to compare Brit indie-rockers Dogs to a specific breed within their namesake, it would be appropriate to keep the breed within those pooches who retain aggr...
 
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Brown Shoe Comfortably Records Vanity

Unless you were an only child, many of us remember sibling rivalries as an aspect of childhood when a brother or sister would strive to achieve the brightest glisten in the eyes of their parents. This memorable attribute can of...

 
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Jason Schwartzman Reverts to Music With Coconut Records

If one dates Zooey Deschanel and is set to star in an upcoming movie alongside Natalie Portman, they are likely to be the object of envy for most hipsters nationwide. Also add to the mix that they were the star of the cult-favo...
 
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The Mother Hips Release Sixth Album, The Crystal Flake

We all love the typical history of a successful band, even if it appears to be a mere fairy tale to the legions of other struggling musicians. You know the gist of it — start in a garage with a few friends, play at a few ...

 
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A New Batch of Art-Rockers: The Lord Henry, The Wombats

Today, we bring you two rising bands from the thriving genres of art-rock, post-punk revival, or whatever you would like to call it. Actually, the specification “indie rock” may actually be the most agreeable specif...
 
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The 1900s

I know that some of you have probably been wondering why I haven’t even mentioned SXSW in the past few days. How could a music blog do such a thing? Well, with unfortunate thanks to school, I was one of the few who couldn...