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Decoding The Hidden Messages

I am sure that at one point in your lives, many of you have experienced a feeling similar to the one felt by Matt and Edd of The Hidden Messages. It is a feeling of isolation, barrenness, and deprivation. And no, it has nothing...
 
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Joe Henry: A Timeless Musical Entrepreneur

After posting about a few new artists who were fresh on the scene with inexperience with nothing but hefty ambitions in their pockets, I figured a change of pace would do us all some good. This leads us to Joe Henry – the...

 
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REVIEW: The Silent League – Of Stars and Other Somebodies

Justin Russo follows up a pleasing debut with a more expansively fulfilling continuation of his enjoyable style: infectiously majestic orchestral chamber-pop with hints of country and 60s pop.
 
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Making Love with The Lovemakers

There were never too many bands who took their names literally. The Smashing Pumpkins never smashed pumpkins, Super Furry Animals were merely men, and Little Richard is taller than the average American. However, there tends to ...

 
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Scouting For Girls is Fun

At first glance, I assumed that Scouting For Girls was a well-placed pun in regard to the Girl Scouts. It would have been quite clever — arranging the few words of an organization that preaches mature growth, responsibili...
 
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Solarise Crafts Outstanding Debut in “Still the Same Dream”

Within the past decade, Scotland has seen its share of native bands go on to achieve international success. Franz Ferdinand, Snow Patrol, and Travis are a just of a few of the names deriving from the nation in northwest Europe....

 
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Strike The Colours Makes a Lasting Impression

I suppose it would be safe to assume that Jenny Reeve is finally on the verge of catching her big break. Although she is the front-woman and lead songwriter for the new Glasgow-based act Strike The Colours, Reeve has been devel...
 
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Swati Shows Further Boldness on “Small Gods”

Parents can often assume their children’s identity, making assertive decisions concerning their child’s education, religion, and even artistic interests. Swati Sharma grew up with a familiarity to the spotlight, lar...

 
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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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Arab Strap x 0.5 = Malcolm Middleton

Scotland’s own Arab Strap certainly had a great run. Last September, the likable duo of Aidan Moffat and Malcolm Middleton announced that they would be going their separate ways. They played their final show at the ABC Gl...