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Feedle (Graham Clarke)

I often sympathize with fans of delicately fuzzy and atmospheric electronic music. Not because of the music itself, which I enjoy it as well, but rather in admiration of their patience. Being a devotee of the particular sub-gen...
 
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Mezzanine Owls

The uniquely titled Mezzanine Owls hail from the Los Angeles area, embracing their current local scene with atmospherically enjoyable rock songs layered with reverb, effects, and entrancing vocals. The band formed when singer/g...

 
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Best Albums of 2006: #40 to #31

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Upcoming releases: Frog Eyes, Smashing Pumpkins, Maps

Here is a brand new track from Frog Eyes. You know, one third of the apparent holy trinity that is Swan Lake. I may sound a bit unjust in saying this, but my favorite songwriter out of the three is Frog Eyes’ Carey Mercer...

 
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Silversun Pickups

While Silversun Pickups have been one of the most blogged about rookie bands in 2006, I saw and heard them for the first time on a local television show on Saturday night. The first thing that struck me was the band’s inv...
 
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The Shins are wincing the night away

It’s been almost three years since The Shins got the Braff treatment in Garden State. You know, one of those movies about the depressed dude who “finds himself” by revisiting his old town and finding a new lov...

 
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Short Bits – 9/2/06

Most well known as the romantic and musical companion to Matthew Herbert, Dani Siciliano will be adding even more to her resumé as she will be releasing her second solo album, Slappers, this month. The album is in succession t...
 
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She, Sir prefer to be dreamy

Few artists have the certain skill and tendancy to create hypnotic layers of sound that captivate the listener and bring them to a different place. In the mainstream, the genre of shoegaze is often thought of as a bunch of guit...

 
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Vitaminsforyou (yeah, all one word)

One thing about Vitaminsforyou that you’ll notice when first listening is the feeling of relaxation and relief that will be put upon you. The solo project from Toronto’s Bryce Kushnier combines lush sounds that mix ...
 
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SHORT BITS – #19

David Bowie made a surprise appearance at David Gilmour’s show on the 29th at the sold-out Royal Albert Hall in London. He played Pink Floyd classics ‘Arnold Layne’ and ‘Comfortably Numb’. It must ...