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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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The Furze Save Their Own Little World

We can all appreciate a sense of humor when its central topic is the music industry. After all, with the best of humor often being the type that one can relate to, music aficionados can always enjoy a chuckle at a particular jo...

 
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The Assistants Revitalize the 80s Jangle

I suppose the commercialized nostalgia of the 80s unfortunately causes us to remember all those plastic synth acts who achieved success through one hit singles and predictable hooks, making the accomplishments of truly impactin...
 
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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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Robbers On High Street

Many people might take a look at Robbers On High Street‘s promo shot and assume that their experience is somewhat limited. I mean, from the picture above, the three members look straight out of high school. Well, this is ...
 
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Two Cow Garage

Sometimes I just get sick of all the overproduction, the pretentious attempts at ingenuity, and easy routes taken by many contemporary bands. When one holds that perspective it is when straight and rootsy rock ‘n’ r...

 
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Pablo es Americana?

Some families get along well, while others absolutely can’t stand each other. I’m not sure what the personal feelings are in the two families that coexist in New York-based Pablo, but what I do know is that when the...
 
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Prince reigns at Super Bowl XLI

Last night, as most of you know, was the biggest night in American television. Super Bowl XLI: one of the few sporting events that even the athletically ambivalent can enjoy. From the game to the commercials to the music to the...

 
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The Zetland Players; Butcher Boy

I’m sure your mother has told you at least once to “respect your elders”. The Zetland Players are certainly respectful, with two of the three members taking cues from their grandfathers, who were both musician...
 
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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...