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Kula Shaker – Pilgrims Progress (2010)

As Kula Shaker's first album in three years, Pilgrims Progress shows the band at their very best since releasing their 1996 debut. On paper, the template for album number four is much the same as their previous three efforts. B...
 
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The Divine Comedy – Bang Goes the Knighthood (2010)

The Divine Comedy's tenth album, Bang Goes the Knighthood, offers no surprises for longtime fans. As usual, Hannon's wit and playful observations find success in a pleasant medium between folk and pop music. This effort, though...

 
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Paul Weller Wakes Up the Nation

Following up a feature on Damon Albarn implies a drop in quality and prestige, especially considering how few artists are able to stay relevant for over twenty years. Even if they cannot be deemed “obscure”, many fi...
 
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Just Some Baggy Hype for The Twang

Sub-genres are a tricky thing to analyze. It seems that any individual can coin one, from a music theory professor to a 15-year-old ranting on some message board. It’s funny – I personally know a few people who utte...

 
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TUESDAY PLAYLIST

Last day of school! … for me anyways. New Jersey is so incredibly late to the game, but this state is usually like that with everything. Here are some songs that are kicking off my summer. ————R...
 
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REVIEW: PAUL WELLER – AS IS NOW

It’s better late than never to review the new solo album from the former frontman of The Jam.