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Obscure Sound: Best of November 2007

Yeah, it’s almost over. We have merely a month left in the year 2007 and, looking back, I am continuously finding it to be one of the best musically-related years in recent memory. I will go into further detail when I rev...
 
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Girls Aloud Get Tangled Up

Ah, guilty pleasures. It is an aspect of life where the specifications are usually determined by the demographic in which it is presented to. For instance, take a look at chocolate. In Belgium, it is eaten morning, noon, and ni...

 
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Immovable Objects

I wonder how Matt Gagin would react to being called an accidental child prodigy. Prodigy, with delight – but accidental? Well, his story is a unique one for sure. If I were a classic Greek playwright, I would call his tal...
 
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Tacos and Lo-Fi Recordings: James Chapman’s Personal Castle

One of the many things I love about DIY artists is the sense of candidness I get when listening to them. Even better, it could be the smallest tidbit of information that brings upon this sensation. You know, the type of stuff t...

 
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Chris Robley Teaches Us the Drunken Dance of Modern Man In Love

As many aspiring hopefuls could tell you, the task of coming off as a genuinely expressive songwriter can be a grueling task. The general audience is often granted with the perception that, while many of these artists sing song...
 
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The Birth of Hoax Funeral

With new surroundings and unfamiliar faces, it is initially a tough task to adapt and live in a new country. So, how do these vast amounts of traveling musicians cope? By making new music, of course. When American-born Anjy Hal...

 
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Nathan Lawr and the Minotaurs

In terms of national recognition, it should be noted that drummers usually get the short of the stick. Based on personal observations, most people seem to prefer a guitar solo to a drum solo any day of the week, disregarding th...
 
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REVIEW: The Go! Team – Proof of Youth

Cheerleader chants, infectious hip-hop, and irresistible dance-pop? Sounds like something that The Go! Team can handle with ease. As it turns out, their second album is more than a little proof of such energetic dexterity. Even...

 
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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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Weller & Coxon Collaborate on “This Old Town”

When Britain’s most infamous tabloid newspaper, The Sun, published a few months ago that Paul Weller and Graham Coxon were in the studio working together on a few new tracks, I assume most people considered it to be a mer...