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Linda Draper Prepares Her Fifth Album, Keepsake

Linda Draper appears to be the epitome of consistency. After the recording of her newest album, Keepsake, it marked the fifth consecutive release of her career that glowed with expressive passion, all contained in her elusive d...
 
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Let’s Go Sailing… Or At Least Try it

It’s funny how often side projects turn out to be great successes. I always believed that the main reason was found in the escape from the pressured band atmosphere. Some artists tend to work well in a forced environment,...

 
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The Latest From Finland: Husky Rescue

While artists from countries such as Sweden and Japan have seen a surprising amount of Western success in the past few years, several other countries continue to fly under the radar despite producing great music. An ideal examp...
 
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Sarah Nixey : Sing, Memory

Being a longtime fan of The Auteurs, it is expected for me to also be an admirer of Black Box Recorder. As Luke Haines’ side project, Black Box Recorder consisted of Haines (Auteurs frontman), former Jesus and Mary Chain ...

 
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Loch Lomond

When Ritchie Young formed Loch Lomond in 2003, he saw it nothing more than a solo project. Always in touch with his music persona, Young found working solo to be a fulfilling yet somewhat shallow experience. Alongside longtime ...
 
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The Sea and Cake

With most bands, there tends to be one member who leads the way. You know, the leader who is responsible for most of the songwriting and instrumental organization. Though Sam Prekop is the vocalist of The Sea and Cake, he is by...

 
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The View is nice with their heads above the clouds

The View‘s debut album, Hats Off to the Buskers, hasn’t even been released yet. Still, the hyped four-piece from Scotland has already been on the cover of NME, toured the world, gained over one million plays on MySp...
 
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Cicada

Another album that passed by largely unnoticed in 2006 was Cicada‘s self-titled debut. Though the genre of electronic dance-pop remains to be sensitive ordeal with its fanbase being rather exclusive, Cicada’s debut ...

 
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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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The Besnard Lakes

The Besnard Lakes are more than just another hyped rookie band from Montreal. Most of the musicians involved have been in the industry for years, so “rookie” would certainly not be a term to describe them. This appl...