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The Mood is Content

My week-long vacation of sorts turned out to be quite beneficial in several ways, with one of the most enlightening perks being the large array of releases from newer artists I had the chance to catch up to. The surplus of free...
 
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Ex Reverie Enters The Door into Summer

On some independent record labels, you can simply expect innovation from every artist in the catalog. Most major labels have the tendency to capitalize on profitable circumstances caused by music that may be accessible and radi...

 
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CONTEST: Radiohead – The Best Of (DVD)

Considering that the band received a plethora of well-deserved attention last year, my Radiohead coverage was minimal when compared to some other publications. I figured that it would be pointless to constantly feature an immen...
 
 
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E.S.L. Make Eye Contact

They call themselves a “band of gypsies”, a group that shows extreme veneration for the past without any regard for the fickle opinion of those trapped within the exclusive glow of present ideals. Many would refer to it as a ma...

 
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Ndidi Onukwulu

In both past and present, it is difficult to find an influential songwriter who has never credited their geographical or familial roots as being a defining influence in their success. Whether they are singing about the dangers ...
 
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Watching The Little Ones

Thanks in part to the stimulating effect that the collaboration of audible and visual content in art can occasionally grant a viewer, many music fans (more often critics) have grown accustomed to classifying albums that somehow...

 
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REVIEW: Wolf Parade – At Mount Zoomer

Few bands manage to be as innovative and instantaneously accessible as Wolf Parade, the acclaimed joint project of Spencer Krug and Dan Boeckner. The most impressive thing to me about the two collaborators, however, is not the ...
 
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Proudly Wearing White Denim

Lately among artists both old and new, there has been a form of immediacy that has become increasingly prevalent. They are beginning to take advantage of the internet like never before, releasing material in a digitalized forma...

 
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The Black Hollies Cast Their Shadows

You could probably call it some sort of complementary bias, but I tend to be more selective when choosing which bands to feature from New Jersey. I guess it just comes down to tough love, as I would never want an artist who lin...
 
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Four Years Around The Sun

I know that I am not the only one to have known of an individual who was labeled as “the guitar guy” all throughout high school. You know, that dude who wandered around parties with an acoustic guitar by his side, p...