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The Cripple Lilies Fight La Bête

In an age where hip-shaking, provocative attire, and other sensuously superficial aspects unfortunately hold more merit in the music industry than actual talent or musicianship, several instruments are beginning to lose recogni...
 
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The Lonely H Let Their “Hair” Grow

It is becoming increasingly difficult to find an actively successful band that originated in high school. With the limited social environment, educational pressures, and repetitive daily tasks, quality songwriting is rare to co...

 
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Dondolo Arrives From France… Makes Me Love to Dance

Oh, here we go again. Another elusive foreign artist whose biographical information can only be sought after by those of his native tongue. I do not plan to tread through my broken French on an indifferent Sunday morning, so I ...
 
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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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Luther Russell Transforms Tragedy Into Triumph

During a time of great melancholy or distress, many individuals find themselves at a surprisingly high artistic peak, purely triggered by a rush of emotion or shock. As unfortunate as the event may be, perilous situations are o...
 
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Dr. Dog Brilliantly Declares We All Belong

If you are a reader of more than a few music blogs, you are probably familiar with Dr. Dog. The quintet from Philadelphia has been creating all sorts of buzz, online and off, with their newest and fourth album, We All Belong. T...
 

 
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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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Roman Ruins (formerly known as Delux)

In regard to musicians, mixing together several genres often provides for a very interesting and expressive canvas. Graham Hill presents an interesting style, wrapped in oddball folk arrangements, electronic beats, and ambient ...

 
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The Attachments and Their Bizarre Love Triangles!

Woman sure know how to break, create, and occupy the minds of young men everywhere. The four members of The Attachments have all been through their share of messy relationships, but fortunately, all four are obsessed musicians....
 
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Mumpsy; Dylan Hears A Who!

Sometimes inspiration can come in the oddest packages, literally. One early morning in 2004, Jeff Ilgenfritz was in the middle a usual morning routine consisting of consuming Count Chocula while strumming away on his guitar and...